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Beefeater Pink is the vibrant new strawberry gin from Beefeater London. A delicious, easy to drink and fun strawberry gin made in London and based on the classic award-winning Beefeater Dry recipe.
This copa edition gift box consists of:
750ml Beefeater Pink Gin
2 x Copa Glasses
6 x Tonics
Belgravia Pink Gin is infused with a unique combination of rose and raspberry flavours and has subtle undertones of a classic London dry gin.
The night shade berries are infused after distillation adding sweet and fruity tart flavours that sit right next to the juniper in a contemporary manner. These fresh, and slightly sweet, flavours linger in the mouth.
Black Rose Blush owes its distinct and unique flavour to the perfect combination of 5 botanicals; carefully combined to give a sweet lasting taste on the palate.
Angelica root and coriander allows for the soft nuance of juniper berries. Blind Tiger gin is smooth, full-bodied with an ever so slight sweetness with a fresh and vibrant citrus finish, provided by hints of lemongrass and passionflower.
Bloedlemoen (pronounced ‘Blue’d Le Moon’) is a quintessentially South African gin made from the delicious Tarocco Blood Orange, and proudly boasts as the first Blood Orange Gin in the World.
Fruit gins were once all the rage: lemon gin, orange gin, even asparagus gin once graced the shelves of liquor stores the world over. Now, they’re back with The Boutique-y Gin Company Cherry Gin. They’ve taken a Classic Gin and added a combination of sweet and sour marasca cherries, as well as a good pinch of spice. A fun and fruity gin, this is delicious as a sipper, but eminently mixable, too; try it with a splash of cola and a wedge of lime for a taste sensation.
Who doesn’t like a chocolate orange, but we all know the perils of ownership; you could leave it on the parcel shelf in the sun, then even refrigeration won’t save it – all you will have is a congealed, hardened cricket ball of chocolate. But what if there was an answer? Here’s your answer, folks: Chocolate Orange Gin. Made using a mix of classic gin botanicals, orange peel, and cocoa nibs, this is even suitable for those who don’t like milk or milk chocolate.
Celebrating a boldness of innovation and true craftsmanship of spirit, our nine botanical gin pays homage to the unique terrain of the Western Cape region of South Africa.
A harmonious fusion of South African Rooibos and Cape ruby grapefruit combined with rare fynbos botanicals and African ginger root offers a unique gin unmistakable in quality and taste.
The cucamelon is a wonderful fruit native to Mexico and Central America that looks like a tiny watermelon but tastes similar to a lime-dipped cucumber. Frankly they seem ridiculous, but cucamelons really do exist – and we made a gin with them!
Sloe, but more so. The folks over at Whittaker’s Gin in Harrogate created Double-Sloe Gin by combining macerated-sloe gin and distilled-sloe gin, then lightly sweetened with liquorice root. The result takes sloe gin in a new direction, and it’s ace. The label features two local landmarks – the Ripon Cathedral and Bettys Tea Rooms, as well as a rather ghostly hare, staring straight into your soul.
Dusk Shiraz Gin is the first in our range of wine Gins. This weighty result is produced from a rare and unexpected combination of Shiraz skins, an influence of wine-making through the use of American and French Oak and the known traditions of Gin distillation. With typical accents, this wine Gin is a deep red in colour and carries a classic palate of Juniper with a citrus-forward nose.
Greenall’s Wild Berry Gin is made by infusing raspberries and British blackberries in Greenall’s Gin, resulting in a fruity twist on their classic recipe.
This gin is a bit of a mash-up of Greensand Ridge Distillery’s London Dry Gin and their Raspberry Ghost. The gin has a selection of locally-sourced ingredients, such as cobnut (squirrels are nuts for them), rosehip, honey, and hawthorne berries. The raspberry ghost is more fruity than spooky: it is a mix of raspberry juice and wheat spirit that is then distilled. This edition has a re-jigged botanical mix – less spice and less cobnut (leaving more for the critters), but has a fruity twist in the addition of surplus raspberry juice and quince to the still.
So most Old Toms are sweetened with sugar, honey or sometimes agave, but there are other sweet things, right? Having a penchant for the Canadian tipple icewine, That Boutique-y Gin Company have used this dessert wine to sweeten a pot distilled gin whose botanicals include juniper, liquorice, lemon and lime. The wine not only adds a decadent sweetness, but also a complex array of herbaceous grape notes and a succulent fruitiness.
Historically significant botanicals such as saffron derived from the Crocus sativus flower, orange blossom of the Citrus sinensis tree and seeds from the Theobroma cacao tree merge to fashion this liquid of world-class quality.
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A rather stylish gin all the way from Germany, named after Knut Hansen – a sailor who seemingly had fine facial hair, a selection of tattoos and the most striking baby-blue eyes you’ve ever seen. The gin itself is made using a selection of 14 botanicals, notably apple, basil and cucumber.
An unusual gin from the Black Forest in Germany. Predictably complex, this is a robust and powerful gin with plenty of spice, fruit and herb flavours. It’s very well structured, and difficult to unpick but a citrus fresh start segues into pine and wood notes for a drying finish.
Medella brings you a taste blueberries, farmed on location and well known as a vitamin-rich superfood high in antioxidants. Awarded the ‘Gold Michelangelo Award in 2018’ and the ‘Best SA Classic Gin in the World Gin Awards 2019’
From the fresh hints of citrus to the comforting earthy, pine notes of Juniper and Angelica, it is the refreshing signature cucumber that makes this gin a deliciously fruity, yet complex experience.
Alluring blue, six times scientifically distilled, craft gin. Subtle aromas of spicy juniper and blueberry sweetness, layered with rhubarb and botanicals.
R15 from each bottle sold goes toward Rhino Conservation
Rhubarb isn’t just for puddings or boiled sweets anymore. The herbaceous perennial is enjoying a resurgence in popularity not only in the culinary world – the terrific tang of rhubarb is carving out its own place in the world of booze! We wanted in on the fun, and thus, our Rhubarb Triangle Gin was born. We’ve sourced rhubarb solely from the famous Rhubarb Triangle, formed by the cities of Bradford, Leeds and Wakefield, to make it – you might even recognise a hint towards these cities on the label…
The first gin from Japan’s legendary Suntory – Roku Gin. This expression is made using a selection of botanicals, including six Japanese botanicals that provide a whistle-stop tour of the four seasons.
A gin inspired by and distilled in the glorious and beautiful countryside of Northern Ireland. They put their own David T Smith to work, foraging in the brambles for blackberries on the Rademon Estate, as well as apples from the Walled Garden. These are part of a new botanical mix that is based on the recipe of the original Shortcross Gin.
Six Dogs Pinotage Stained Gin is the love child of Six Dogs Gin and our neighbour’s highly prized block of Pinotage grapes in the De Wet Valley. Our gin is distilled in small batches through generous quantities of juniper and fresh citrus. It is then placed in tanks together with handpicked Pinotage grapes to allow the gin to extract the deep red essence of this truly South African cultivar. The result? Six Dogs Pinotage Stained Gin. An alchemy between neighbours, friends, nature and of course, six faithful dogs.
Popular in the 1920s, but long since forgotten, pineapple gin is back with a 21st century twist. Whole pineapples are roasted on a spit with Demerara sugar until a beautiful caramelisation occurs. The pineapple is then combined with some bold and bright gin. The result? The height of decadence and avarice that needs to be tasted to be believed.
They’ve created an astoundingly decadent tipple with Strawberry & Balsamico Gin. A classic gin base acts as a canvas for the addition of fresh strawberries, strawberry and black pepper distillates and the very finest balsamic vinegar money can buy – Aceto di Balsamico tradizionale di Modena DOP, aged between 12 and 25 years in casks made from chestnut, cherry, oak, mulberry, ash and juniper (of course). So yeah, we HAD to find a way to use it in a gin. Ta-da!
Stretton’s Triple Berry is a delicious berry infused new extension to the range launched in September 2018. The taste is bursting with strawberry, raspberry and sloeberry, with subtle undertones of blackcurrant.
Triple Berry offers all the cues of a premium gin at an accessible price, and at a lower abv. for those looking for a ‘lite’ alternative.
Whitley Neill Aloe and Cucumber Gin is an African inspired handcrafted infusion of cooling, slightly sweet cucumber and subtle hints of Karoo aloe which enhances the other botanicals that are crafted into this Whitley Neill Gin variant. It’s a smooth, light, fragrant and well-balanced gin.
Whitley Neill Gin is slightly softer and much smoother than traditional Gins, with rich notes of juniper and citrus, potpourri and exotic spices. The finish is a long one, with a subtle fade of herbs, cocoa and candied lemon peels, while the nose is both citrus-sweet and peppery, with a distinctive floral aroma.
A handcrafted gin of exceptional quality, inspired by the wild and natural beauty of Africa’s landscape. Protea and hibiscus flavours combine to bring a distinctive floral note to create a smooth gin with a unique and remarkable taste that reflects the majestic beauty of the two flowers.
An initial and distinct juniper, coriander and liquorice flavour that gives way to a bright, fresh vibrant taste of Scottish raspberries. A perfectly balanced Gin with a delicate, fruity taste and a lasting citrus, raspberry flavour. Luscious raspberries found in Scotland are balanced with juniper notes and has a delicate sweetness which rounds this deliciously Raspberry Gin.