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What English summers day is complete without strawberries and cream, and a cool, tall glass of Gin and tonic? This juniper infused spirit has a crisp, astringent quality which makes it perfect for a rRead more

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  1. Eden Mill Love Gin 50cl
    £24.99

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  2. Bathtub Gin Old Tom 50cl
    £25.99

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    Bathtub Gin Old Tom is a slightly sweetened variation on the original Bathtub Gin. Old Tom gin gets its name from the way it used to be served by the London gin houses back in the 18th century—you’d put a coin into a dispenser in the shape of a black cat outside the gin house and out would come a shot! Magical stuff that still lives on in the sketched cat on the Bathtub Gin Old Tom label. Onto the formula. When we say ‘slightly sweetened,’ all we mean is that it’s been sweetened to the point that several notes of the botanicals used to make the gin become a little more prominent—you’ll get a bit more liquorice, more citrus notes, and a sweeter, candy-like version of the juniper. As part of the Ableforth’s Bathtub Gin family, Bathtub Gin Old Tom is true to the old-time recipe, and perfect for mixing up into sweet gin cocktails—most notably the Martinez. Bring together Bathtub Gin Old Tom with some sweet vermouth, maraschino liqueur, Angostura bitters, and a bit of lemon for show, and you may find yourself falling for this classic cocktail that may have paved the way for today’s traditional martini. Of course, you can also use Bathtub Gin Old Tom to make a batch of a drink that was basically named after it—the Tom Collins. Learn More
  3. Eden Mill Oak Cask Aged Gin 50cl
  4. Edinburgh Gin 70cl
    £28.99
    Edinburgh gin embraces tradition every step of the process, from the 200 year old copper distillation pot that's still in use today, to the flourish of traditional botanicals. Fresh juniper, coriander, citrus peel and orris root combine with Scottish favourites heather and milk thistle. The end product, as the brand puts it, is a taste of Edinburgh, which actually amounts to a nose of citrus and pepper, followed by a palate of green juniper, a decent dose of spice, and a nice dry finish. Learn More
  5. Elephant Gin 50cl
    £29.99
    Elephant Gin is a London Dry Gin inspired by the adventures of the 19th century explorers and the interesting plants and discoveries they made along the way. This treasure trove gin includes a blend of 14 botanicals, including a few rare African ingredients like baobab, buchu plant, and African wormwood. Onto the taste-sporting a nose of juniper, mountain pine and a floral/herbal mix, the palate opens up to a combo of fruity and spicy flavours that go equally well with ice or mixers. One more thing-15% of the profits go to two African elephant charities. Learn More
  6. Napue Gin 50cl
    £31.99

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    Napue Gin is a small-batch, rye-based Finnish gin that was awarded as the best gin for a tin and tonic by the IWSC in 2015. It’s purported to remind one of ‘the distinct fragrance and flavour of an early morning, misty Finnish meadow.’ That’s certainly not something we would ever refute, but for the sake of reminding you this is a gin and not some form of transcendental meditation, here’s the scoop. Napue Gin is made by the Kyro Distillery, and according to a method that reminds one more of perfume making or even alchemy. It’s made using highest-quality rye and a select blend of botanicals, including locally-foraged fresh ones like sea buckthorn, meadowsweet, cranberries, and birch leaves. One of the secrets of Napue Gin is the timing of the botanicals—certain ones are added right to the pot still, while others are distilled separately and added a bit later. This ensures each botanical is fully represented in the final batch, and guarantees a more predictable outcome. On the nose, Napue Gin is crisp and bright, definitely Nordic, with a fresh aroma of juniper, ripe cranberries, and citrus-like sea buckthorn. On the palate, the fruity notes give way to delicious dryness, where you’ll pick up on the usual suspects of gin, namely the juniper and coriander seeds. The real cracker comes toward the end, with the unmistakable note of black pepper, which makes Napue Gin so ideal for a gin and tonic. Overall, Napue Gin is still a pure gin at heart, and a great one to have around for virtually any occasion. • Napue Gin is rye-based and made with a selectin of local Finnish botanicals, including sea buckthorn, meadowsweet, and cranberries • This unique gin is fruity on the nose, but dry and satisfying on the palate • Awarded as the best gin for a gin and tonic at the 2015 IWSC awards Learn More

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