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  • The West Winds’ Sabre Gin is described as an “Australian expression of a traditional gin”, and is made with botanicals including juniper, lime peel, lemon myrtle and wattleseed.
  • A higher-strength variation on the Scapegrace Gin recipe, made in New Zealand using 12 botanicals (juniper, coriander, nutmeg, cardamom, lemon peel, orange peel, orris, cinnamon, cassia, angelica, clove and liquorice). However, for this edition, they also add some tangerine peels to the mix!
  • Timur Pepper is part of the Sichuan or Szechuan Pepper family and is from the mountains of Nepal. Nelsons Timur has a unique aroma, which is not hot or pungent like a pepper but has slight grapefruit overtones and creates a tingly feeling in the mouth.   Tasting Notes: Light and zesty grapefruit overtones followed by a slight tingling sensation.
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    Santamania

    £34.00 £29.99
    From one of a small number of micro-distilleries in Spain comes Santamanía London Dry Gin. This ranges from your classic juniper, lemon, lime, coriander and more, to rather the rather unusual raspberry and Spanish pistachio.
  • An Elderflower-focussed gin from Wenneker, who you may know better for producing genever for hundreds of years. To create this fragrant tipple, they combine distillates of six botanicals - juniper, lime-tree blossom, orange, lemon, coriander and elderflower.
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    Sloane’s Dry Gin

    £30.00 £25.00
    Named after the 18th century botanist Sir Hans Sloane, who is said to have discovered many of the plants used to flavour gins today. Botanicals includes iris root, coriander, angelica root, cardamom pods, liquorice root and whole vanilla beans.
  • A spectacular American gin, made with traditional and contemporary botanicals including juniper, elderberries, citrus, cinnamon, and Hibiscus Petals.
  • This high-strength interpretation of the 18th-century staple, with bold notes of Juniper & naturally sweet Liquorice Root, alongside a modern flourish of vaccum-distilled Spanish Sweet Orange Peels, which accentuate this classic sweeter gin.
  • Kuro Gin

    £40.00
    A Japanese-inspired London dry gin innovatively crafted in the UK using botanicals from the Land of the Rising Sun – think silver birch bark, spruce needles and bamboo-activated charcoal.