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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. Dorothy Parker American Gin 70cl
    £32.99
    Dorothy Parker American Gin is named after the acerbic, quick-witted writer who was apparently a huge fan of the stuff (gin, that is). It brings a unique, spicy blend of juniper, elderberries, citrus, cinnamon, and even hibiscus, that’s just as outspoken and memorable as its namesake. This American Style gin is great for mixing into a variety of cocktails, from an aviation to the Tom Collins to the classic G&T. Learn More
  2. No. 209 Gin 70cl
    £32.99

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    No. 209 Gin hails from San Francisco, a passion project made in small batches that shies away from the traditional, juniper-heavy gins of the past. It’s concocted from a blend of botanicals that includes juniper (it’s gin, afterall), angelica root, bergamot peel, cassia bark, coriander, lemon peel, and cardamom pods, to produce a lighter, more aromatic formula. Overall, it’s a real gin gem for all classic gin cocktails, from the classic G&T to the 'get it right or else' martini. Learn More
  3. Death's Door Gin 70cl
    £36.99
    Death’s Door Gin is a surprisingly simple concoction of juniper berries, coriander and fennel and the brand’s characteristically crisp base spirit vodka. You can actually taste all three essences, backed by quite a satisfying dryness. At 47%, it’s a bit higher ABV than most gins, so add a dash more tonic and ice and sip this one slowly, because you won’t want to miss one bit of taste. Learn More

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