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Gin

Gin

Gin has enjoyed an astonishing revival over the past few years with distilleries popping up all over the place. Whilst all will have juniper at the heart of their flavouring, the variety of additional botanical element leads to a tremendous range of styles.

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  • Hepple Sloe & Hawthorn Gin, The Moorland Spirit Company, 32% vol, 50cl

    Hepple Sloe & Hawthorn Gin, The Moorland Spirit Company, 32% vol, 50cl

    GN07

    Hepple Sloe and Hawthorn Gin is an unusually, full, intense and dry take on the conventional Sloe Gin. The rich flavours have been captured more faithfully than normally possible through Hepple’s pioneering Triple Distilling Technique.

     

    Dry notes of hawthorn are amplified by supercritically extracted juniper, this is a blast of colour and flavour from the hills of beautiful Northumberland.

    £28.98

  • The Lakes Gin, The Lakes Distillery, Cumbria, 43.7% vol, 70cl

    The Lakes Gin, The Lakes Distillery, Cumbria, 43.7% vol, 70cl

    GN04

    The Lakes Gin is a classic artisan gin with delicate floral notes and vibrant citrus. 

     

    Fresh and fruity with vibrant notes of juniper, orange peel and lemon citrus.

     

    Easy drinking and refreshing!

    £29.64

  • Broken Heart Gin, Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand, 40% vol, 70cl

    Broken Heart Gin, Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand, 40% vol, 70cl

    GN10

    The story of Broken Heart gin is about remembering a friend. It begins with two Germans living in Queenstown, close to New Zealand’s stunningly beautiful Southern Alps. Joerg was a pilot and Bernd an engineer. Both philosophers and committed Master Distillers, they formed their friendship around a still and a passion for perfecting spirits of rare complexity and fine flavours.

     

    Bernd unexpectedly fell gravely ill and tragically died. To commemorate his friend, and to mark a new beginning, Joerg released Broken Heart gin.

     

    Broken Heart is London Dry gin distilled in a small pot still with wheat and molasses base spirit. Eleven botanicals are added including juniper, coriander seed, lemon peel, lavender, cardamom, cassia, cinnamon and angelica. The New Zealand alpine water gives the gin great purity allowing the botanicals to shine through, perfumed and crisp.

     

    Try it with your favourite tonic and a twist of orange over ice.

     

    Cherish the moments of in-between”

    £31.20

  • Normindia Gin, Domaine du Coquerel, Normandy, France, 41.4% vol, 70cl

    Normindia Gin, Domaine du Coquerel, Normandy, France, 41.4% vol, 70cl

    GN06

    Normindia Gin is a new creation from Domaine Coquerel, an estate that has been producing Calvados in Normandy since 1937.

     

    The idea for Normandia was born in 2015 when Pierre, the third generation of the Domaine du Coquerel family, returned from a trip to India and the USA. During his travels he had experienced a huge range of new flavours and had discovered gin! Back home he found an old family book, dated from 1765, that included a recipe for a juniper distillate and so the process was begun.

     

    The first batch of Normindia was distilled in March 2017 after 2 years of experimentation with a team of flavour experts, oenologists and distillers.

     

    Fresh, fruity and light, Normandia aims to combine the zesty quality of a young Calvados with the floral, spicier nature of a more mature VSOP. Fifteen botanicals are used including juniper, (obviously) apple, (it is from Normandy after all) orange, cinnamon, cloves, lily, ginger and coriander. These are macerated for between 4-12 days before being distilled in one of the domaine’s copper Calvados column stills. This gives Normindia its structure and roundness.

    £34.20

  • “Aviation” Gin, House Spirits Distillery, Portland, Oregon, USA, 42% vol, 70cl

    “Aviation” Gin, House Spirits Distillery, Portland, Oregon, USA, 42% vol, 70cl

    GN03

    Born in the fresh and pristine environs of Portland, Oregon, Aviation New Western Dry Gin, represents a unique partnership between pioneer House Spirits Distilling and internationally acclaimed bartender Ryan Magarian.

     

    What is the best way to enjoy Aviation Gin? As with most dry gins,  Aviation shines brightest when properly mixed in classic and modern culinary cocktails. Aviation, in particular, works best in citrus accented drinks that play off its unique notes of lavender, cardamom, Indian Sarsaparilla, and anise seed.

     

    Unlike most dry gins, however, Aviation sets itself apart with its slightly subdued juniper and citrus presence against the back drop of creamy rye spirit, which makes it, uniquely, enjoyable all by itself, both ice cold and at room temperature.

     

    With its full and weighty mouth feel, regionally inspired flavours of earth and spice, and a uniquely cool finish, Aviation is a rare expression of dry gin.

    £36.42

  • “Fifty Pounds” Rare London Dry Gin, 43.5% vol, 70cl

    “Fifty Pounds” Rare London Dry Gin, 43.5% vol, 70cl

    GN05

    Fifty Pounds Gin is produced in a small distillery located in the south-east of London, with a tradition of more than two centuries behind it. The method is carried out in a still manufactured by the legendary John Dore & Co Limited, in which a perfectly balanced, secret combination of herbs, spices, fruits and flowers, together with grain spirit (a neutral alcohol, previously distilled four times to achieve a greater purity) is distilled.

     

    The resulting distillate is left to settle for no less than three weeks, allowing the botanical essential oils of juniper berries, coriander seed, grains of paradise, savory, orange and lemon peel, liquorice and angelica root to blend perfectly with the grain spirit. Whether neat, with tonic, or in a dry martini, Fifty Pounds gin offers a unique and complex personality.

    £38.40