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  • Malfy Gin is an Italian gin is made using a selection of six botanicals, as well as an infusion of Italian coastal lemons, including some from the Amalfi coast!
  • Manly Gin is distilled, bottled and labelled by hand before being sent out into the world from their artisan distillery on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Using only the purest Australian wheat spirit, their gins showcase a bright, fresh citrus nose, balanced with gentle peppery notes on the palate to deliver a rounded, lingering finish.
  • An impossibly lush and vivid indigo blue, with a stunning secret to reveal; with the addition of citrus or tonic, This beautiful gin is transformed from its breathtaking indigo to a soft pink gin.
  • Distilled in gas fired Cognac pot stills: the 19 botanicals are added progressively over 72 hours to extract the optimum flavour and create a beautifully balanced, world class gin. The nose is delicate with fresh flowers, honeysuckle, jasmine and cinnamon. On the palate, juniper gives way to a voluptous complexity and an elegant, refined finish.
  • Cross Keys Gin is a locally handcrafted, small-batch gin from Riga in Latvia, which was influenced heavily by the classic expression Riga Black Balsam. It's made with four natural botanicals, chamomile, linden blossoms, rosemary, and juniper and bottled in a natural black clay container that supposedly enhances the maturation process of gin.
  • Gin Normindia was created by Pierre, the third generation of the Domaine du Coquerel family after he joined the family distillery, which has produced Calvados, Pommeau and cider since 1937. It was Pierre, however, who had the idea to make a signature gin for the family. The base of the gin was actually inspired by a recipe of a juniper distillate which was found in an old family book that dated back to 1765 and was approved by the then King of France - Louis XV - called 'La Chymie du Goût et de l’Odorat'. Following experimentation, which involved 42 macerations and 33 micro-distillations, the final recipe was established. Gin Normindia is 100% produced at the estate with 4 to 12 days of maceration in a stainless steel vat before it is distilled in the smallest Calvados copper still. There are a total of 15 botanicals, including apple, orange, cinnamon, juniper, lily, clove, ginger and coriander.
  • 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!
  • A Premium London Dry Gin from Granada (south of Spain), distilled three times for an amazing purity. Using 8 different botanicals; juniper berries, cardamom, coriander, angelica, lime, ginger, mandarin as well as one secret ingredient.
  • Dingle Gin

    £34.00
    An Irish gin from the Dingle Distillery, made using a secret recipe of botanicals which includes rowan berries, bog myrtle, heather and hawthorn. Juicy and sweet with authentic summer berry notes, followed by fresh herbs.
  • 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.