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During the 18th century, London experienced a period known as the ‘gin craze’. Gin was cheap and easy to produce and consumption was high. As a result, the government imposed a hefty licensing fee on gin distillers, causing the industry to go underground. Then, in 2009, gin distillery, Sipsmith, became the first copper pot distillery to open its doors in London for almost 200 years. Almost immediately, we began to feel the effects of a gin renaissance in the UK, and we wanted in. That’s why we now have a selection of over 70 varieties of gin behind our bar, championing rising local distillers and unique tipples. With a series of delicious gin-based cocktails, and our gin masterclasses, there’s plenty to explore. Each gin is a moment. We hope you enjoy yours. GIN BIBLE

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  • During the 18th century, London experienced a period known as the ‘gin craze’. Gin was cheap

    and easy to produce and consumption was high. As a result, the government imposed a hefty

    licensing fee on gin distillers, causing the industry to go underground.

    Then, in 2009, gin distillery, Sipsmith, became the first copper pot distillery to open its doors

    in London for almost 200 years. Almost immediately, we began to feel the effects of a gin

    renaissance in the UK, and we wanted in. That’s why we now have a selection of over 70

    varieties of gin behind our bar, championing rising local distillers and unique tipples. With a

    series of delicious gin-based cocktails, and our gin masterclasses, there’s plenty to explore.

    Each gin is a moment. We hope you enjoy yours.

    G I N B I B L E

  • A D N A M S C O P P E R H O U S E

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9

    Juniper, orris root, coriander, cardamom, orange & hibiscus

    This fabulous gin is produced by Adnams Brewery, based in Southwold. Made for the most part

    with classic botanicals, this gin is big on flavour, with the addition of hibiscus flower adding an

    unexpected floral twist. This gin was voted the best in the world at the International

    Wine and Spirits Competition in 2013.

    o n t h e n o s eStrong scents of juniper & orange,

    typical of a traditional gin

    o n t h e pa l at eFloral notes, evident of

    hibiscus, ginger & pine

    AV I AT I O N A M E R I C A N

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9

    Juniper, cardamom, lavender, coriander, orange & star anise

    This powerful and aromatic gin was developed to bring the American palate its first real taste

    of gin, focusing on the intense flavours of juniper berries. It began when Seattle bartender,

    Ryan Magarian, took a bespoke botanical blend to a distillery in Portland. Many believe this to

    be the first brand partnership between a bartender and distiller in American history.

    o n t h e n o s eA clean smell, predominantly of

    juniper, with an underlying earthiness

    o n t h e pa l at eSpicy & slightly oily, with

    intense flavours of juniper

  • A . V. W E E S

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9.50

    Juniper & lemon

    This Dutch company are well known for their traditional-style genevers, but this gin has a

    distinct English influence. Based on a London dry gin, this spirit is certainly not a carbon copy,

    using only two botanicals – juniper and lemon. The result is a refreshing gin with intriguing hints

    of spice and lavender, despite its simple make up.

    o n t h e n o s eStrong scents of

    juniper & lemon

    o n t h e pa l at ePowerful flavours of

    juniper with a citrusy tang

    B AT H T U B

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9

    Juniper, coriander, clove, cardamom & orange

    An extraordinary, award-winning gin produced by Professor Cornelius Ampleforth using

    traditional cold compounding methods. This gin is made in ultra-small batches and the length

    of the infusing process is controlled entirely by regular sampling of the spirit. The brown paper,

    wax and string packaging is reminiscent of a Victorian apothecary.

    o n t h e n o s eDistinctive botanicals of

    juniper, orange & warm spice

    o n t h e pa l at eStrong flavours of juniper

    with a creamy texture

  • B E E F E AT E R L O N D O N D RY

    g i n a n d to n i c – £7.50

    Juniper, Angelica root, coriander, liquorice, almond, orris root, orange & lemon

    First produced in the 1800s by James Burroughs, this is one of London’s best-known gins and is

    still made to the same recipe today. Officially the world’s most-awarded gin, this spirit is clean

    and packed with juniper. It’s a classic, and loved by people all over the world. Fantastic paired

    with a tonic of your choice, or mixed into a martini.

    o n t h e n o s eFruity & spicy aromas

    o n t h e pa l at eDry, with flavours

    of herbs & citrus

    B E E F E AT E R B U R R O U G H ’ S R E S E RV E

    g i n a n d to n i c – £14

    Juniper, Angelica root, coriander, liquorice, almond, orris root, orange & lemon

    o n t h e n o s eSweet aromas, reminiscent

    of custard & biscuit

    o n t h e pa l at eLed by juniper, the flavours develop

    to include vanilla, oak & malt

    An interesting gin from a well-known company. Beefeater have pushed the boat out with this

    unusual gin, aged in casks that were previously used for Jean de Lillet wine. This addition

    of flavour means that every batch is unique, with a perfect balance of botanicals.

  • B E E F E AT E R L O N D O N G A R D E N

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10

    Juniper, Angelica root, coriander, liquorice, almond, orris root, orange & lemon verbena

    This sweet and fragrant gin was inspired by the Chelsea Physic Garden where Beefeater’s

    founder, James Burrough, would take his trainee apothecaries to help them identify the many

    medicinal plants and herbs. The result is a dry gin that works its way through leafy, herbal,

    then citrus notes.

    o n t h e n o s eStrong scents of juniper

    with fresh citrus

    o n t h e pa l at eClean, crisp & dry,

    with flavours of marmalade

    B E E F E AT E R C R O W N J E W E L B ATC H 2

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10

    Juniper, Angelica root, coriander, liquorice, almond, orris root, orange, lemon & grapefruit

    Originally released for the duty-free market in 1993, Crown Jewel has been revitalised to

    great success. The original batch weighed on the spice of the botanicals, while the new batch

    complements these spices with the addition of fruity grapefruit. The result is a an easy to love

    gin that still packs a fiery alcohol hit.

    o n t h e n o s eVibrant, perfumed & heady

    with strong scents of citrus

    o n t h e pa l at eCreamy & sweet, with bold

    flavours of grapefruit

  • B E R K E L E Y S Q U A R E

    g i n a n d to n i c – £12

    Juniper, lavender, coriander, cubeb, kaffir lime leaves, basil & sage

    Part of the Quintessential Brands portfolio, this creation by Jane Moore was inspired by the

    herbs of English gardens. By adding basil, sage, lavender and kaffir lime leaves, she successfully

    developed a lighter and fresher gin than most.

    o n t h e n o s eDistinctive scents of

    juniper & fresh coriander

    o n t h e pa l at eProminent flavours of cardamom,

    followed by orange peel

    B E E F E AT E R 2 4

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8.50

    Juniper, green tea leaves, Japanese sencha, Angelica root, coriander, liquorice, almond, orris root, orange & lemon

    When creator Desmond Payne decided to create a unique and different gin, he started by

    choosing some unusual botanicals, including tea. This addition was revolutionary, and resulted

    in a sophisticated and refreshing gin that stands out among the Beefeater legacy. The tea leaves

    themselves are steeped in the gin for at least 24 hours, hence the name.

    o n t h e n o s eJuniper & grapefruit,

    with hints of tea

    o n t h e pa l at eSmooth & well balanced

    with distinct orange flavours

  • B O M B AY D RY

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8.50

    Juniper, coriander, liquorice, almond, lemon, cinnamon, orris root & Angelica root

    Based on an old recipe from 1761, Bombay gin is unique because of its distillation process and

    vapour infusion. Unlike many other gins, which boil their botanicals directly into the spirit, the

    exotic botanicals in Bombay gin are placed in a perforated copper basket. This infuses the spirit

    with strong aromatic flavours, leaving a subtle, yet rounded, gin.

    o n t h e n o s eCoriander & juniper with the

    recognisable scent of Olbas oil

    o n t h e pa l at eWell structured, with key flavours

    of liquorice & parma violets

    B R O K E R ’ S L O N D O N D RY

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8

    Juniper, Angelica root, cassia bark, coriander, lemon, liquorice, nutmeg, orange & orris root

    Made in a 200-year-old distillery, this gin is distilled four times and made with botanicals

    sourced from three different continents. Blended to be extra dry, this more traditional gin is

    delicious in a martini.

    o n t h e n o s eHerbal fragrances blended

    with sweet apple

    o n t h e pa l at eCrisp & dry, with flavours of

    tree sap, parsley & juniper

  • B R O O K LY N

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9

    Juniper, Angelica root, orris root, coriander, cocoa, lavender, lemon, lime & orange

    Made in New York, this small-batch craft spirit has won numerous awards around the world.

    The base spirit is distilled from 100% American corn, sourced from small farms. The use

    of fresh citrus peel, instead of dried, adds a vibrancy to the gin that makes it delicious to

    drink on its own.

    o n t h e n o s eSlightly aromatic & heavy,

    with juniper & lemon

    o n t h e pa l at eDeep flavours of juniper with

    a slight sweetness from the citrus

    C I TA D E L L E

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8.50

    Juniper, Angelica root, coriander, cinnamon, liquorice, lemon, orange, cubeb, cumin, nutmeg, fennel & orris root

    This gin is wonderfully contemporary in character, using a total of 19 different botanicals that

    are infused for 72 hours to achieve a complex flavour palate. The bright and spicy finish sets it

    apart from other gins, giving way to sharp liquorice and fennel.

    o n t h e n o s eSweet fragrances, followed by

    spice & floral hints

    o n t h e pa l at eFresh, bright, crisp & bold,

    with an aromatic finish

  • D E AT H ’ S D O O R

    g i n a n d to n i c – £11.50

    Juniper, coriander & fennel

    This delicious American gin uses a base of wheat from Washington Island and malted barley

    from Wisconsin. The result is a creamy spirit with all the flavour of a London dry gin, but

    without the bitterness. Versatile and robust, this gin works well in a martini or on the rocks.

    o n t h e n o s eFragrances of lemon & marmalade,

    with hints of cola

    o n t h e pa l at eStrong flavours of juniper

    with a hint of spearmint

    C R E A M G I N

    g i n a n d to n i c – £12

    Cream, juniper, Angelica root, coriander, liquorice, orris root, orange & lemon

    Cream gin was a popular drink during the Victorian era, but would have been a heavy

    concoction made with cream and sugar. Now, cream gin is made using a cold-distillation

    process with fresh cream as a botanical. The result is a perfectly clear liquid with a rich flavour

    – intriguing for the mind but a delight on the palate.

    o n t h e n o s eA rich, creamy smell with

    heavy notes of vanilla

    o n t h e pa l at eCreamy, thick & smooth

  • D O R OT H Y PA R K E R

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9.50

    Juniper, cinnamon, hibiscus & lemon

    Named after the writer, poet and satirist, this gin uses both traditional and contemporary

    botanicals. Though original in its make up, this is still a wonderfully proper gin, with distinct

    flavours of juniper throughout.

    o n t h e n o s eSweet & floral,

    with hints of cinnamon

    o n t h e pa l at eProminent flavours of hibiscus

    that complement the juniper

    D I N G L E O R I G I N A L

    g i n a n d to n i c – £7.50

    Rowan berry, fuchsia, myrtle, hawthorn, chervil, Angelica root & coriander

    The creators of this gin were looking to develop something completely new – a classic dry gin

    with a taste of the Kerry landscape. Distilled in small batches, this gin is packed

    with the unique flavour of Irish botanicals.

    o n t h e n o s eClean, classic & warm

    o n t h e pa l at eHints of blackberry jam

    with a strong minty note

  • E L E P H A N T D RY

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10

    Juniper, lavender, ginger & elderflower

    Distilled in Germany using 14 different botanicals, Elephant certainly captures the spirit of

    exploration. Its creative botanicals include baobab, the buchu plant and African wormwood.

    15 per cent of their profits also go toward helping two African elephant foundations support

    wildlife preservation.

    o n t h e n o s eAn initial hit of ginger, followed

    by fruity fragrances

    o n t h e pa l at eCrisp flavours of ginger

    with a touch of sweetness

    E A S T L O N D O N L I Q U O R C O M PA N Y P R E M I U M

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9

    Juniper, cassia bark, Angelica root, coriander, grapefruit & cubeb

    This exciting gin is produced by a relatively new distillery, right here in London. This gin uses

    100% British wheat spirits with a range of aromatic botanicals. Though packed with flavour, this

    gin retains a certain subtlety that blends well with tonic. Or, enjoy it on its own.

    o n t h e n o s eFragrances of lemon drizzle cake,

    coriander & olive oil

    o n t h e pa l at eDeliciously creamy, with fresh

    juniper flavours & a hint of spice

  • F E W B R E A K F A S T

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9.50

    Juniper, coriander, lemon, orange & tea

    This fun and interesting gin captures the spirit of breakfast or brunch, adding Earl Grey tea to

    traditional botanicals to create a comforting blend. This is a fresh and comforting gin, easy to

    enjoy at any time of the day.

    o n t h e n o s eAromatic coriander & lemon,

    followed by brewed Earl Grey tea

    o n t h e pa l at eElegant & refreshing flavours of

    tea, with a lingering sweetness

    F E W B A R R E L

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9.50

    Juniper, lemon, orange, vanilla, cassia bark, grains of paradise & hops

    A stunning American gin made in Illinois, USA. Aged in oak barrels, this sweet and complex

    gin is closely aligned to a classic Dutch genever. The flavours are reminiscent of baking, with

    biscuity notes and distinct flavours of gingerbread on the finish.

    o n t h e n o s eStrong, spicy aromas

    with candied citrus peel

    o n t h e pa l at eFlavours of biscuit, clove

    & stem ginger

  • F O U R P I L L A R S

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10.50

    Juniper, Angelica root, cinnamon, pepper, grapefruit & floral

    This rare dry gin is made in a small distillery in Yarra Valley, Australia, with a focus on their four

    pillars of the still, water, botanicals and love. Their copper-pot still is named Wilma and they

    only use triple-filtered water from the valley. This gin is superb served neat.

    o n t h e n o s eFloral scents with bursts

    of citrus & chopped mint

    o n t h e pa l at eSweet candied citrus peel

    builds to warm spices

    F I F T Y P O U N D S

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10.50

    Juniper, lemon & coriander

    Distilled in small quantities and single batches, this gin harks back to the time of King George

    II and the 1736 Gin Act, which introduced a 50 pound tax on all gin distillers. In the end, only

    two distilleries agreed to pay the tax, forcing the gin industry underground.

    o n t h e n o s eCitrusy aromas, with

    hints of coriander

    o n t h e pa l at eIndividual flavours of vanilla,

    pistachio oil, citrus, spice & menthol

  • H A M M E R & S O N S O L D E N G L I S H

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8.50

    Juniper, coriander, lemon, Angelica root, orange, cinnamon, orris root & nutmeg

    This old-style gin is made using a recipe that dates back to the 18th century and is distilled in

    the oldest working copper pot in England. Presented in a recycled, wax-sealed bottle, this gin

    harks back to classic gins of the past.

    o n t h e n o s ePredominant flavours of juniper,

    with earthy spices

    o n t h e pa l at eClean, crisp & vibrant with

    a great mouthfeel

    H A L F H I TC H

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10.50

    Juniper, pepper, citrus, tea leaves & pinewood

    Our friends at Half Hitch are bringing gin back to Camden, where it was prevalent in the

    1800s. Produced in the former warehouse vaults of Camden Lock, the name for the gin

    was inspired by the knots used to tie barges to the lock.

    o n t h e n o s eStrong citrusy aromas, followed by

    herbal tea & black pepper

    o n t h e pa l at eRefreshing flavours of juniper

    with sweet orange peel

  • H AY M A N ’ S R OYA L D O C K N AV Y S T R E N G T H

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9

    Juniper, coriander, lemon, orange, Angelica root, cinnamon, cassia bark, orris root & nutmeg

    Produced specifically for bartenders who asked for a higher-strength gin, Royal Dock is named

    after the old naval base in Deptford, London. Though intense, this gin is well balanced, using

    plenty of fresh botanicals alongside warming spices.

    o n t h e n o s eCitrusy & floral, with distinct

    aromas of orange blossom

    o n t h e pa l at eVery smooth, with pleasing

    flavours of juniper

    H AY M A N ’ S O L D TO M

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8

    This classic gin from Hayman Distillers is old fashioned and sweeter in taste. Best known for

    being part of the iconic drink, Tom Collins, this style of gin has been popular since the 18th

    century, and still works well in classic and contemporary cocktails today.

    o n t h e n o s eAromas of lavender,

    lemon & violet

    o n t h e pa l at eRich flavours of juniper

    & gingerbread

    Juniper, coriander, nutmeg, cinnamon, orange, Angelica root, orris root, cassia bark, liquorice & lemon

  • H E P P L E

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9.50

    Juniper, lemon, blackcurrant, coriander, fennel, orris root & Angelica root

    Crafted using an intricate production and extraction process, this flavourful gin benefits from

    expert blending. The result is a light and crisp spirit structured around Macedonian juniper,

    which is both juicy and refreshing.

    o n t h e n o s eA fresh & pleasant smell

    with hints of coriander

    o n t h e pa l at eSweet citrus to begin, leading

    to a dry finish

    H E N D R I C K ’ S

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9.50

    Juniper, coriander, Angelica root, orris root, orange, lemon, yarrow, caraway seeds, grains of paradise, chamomile, cucumber & rose

    Produced in one of the only 19th century Carterhead stills left in the world, this gin is infused

    with Bulgarian roses and cucumbers. The blend of aromatic spices leaves a mild tingle on the

    lips and tongue, followed by the smooth cucumber.

    o n t h e n o s eDistinctly flowery

    o n t h e pa l at eSubtle & clean, with

    hints of spice

  • J I N Z U

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9.50

    Juniper, coriander, Angelica root, yuzu & Japanese cherry blossom

    Designed by bartender, Dee Davies, this highly individual and award-winning gin brings

    together English gin and Japanese sake. The addition of the sake at the end of the distilling

    process creates a creamy texture and deliciously sweet flavour.

    o n t h e n o s eCitrus & juniper

    with sweet fragrances

    o n t h e pa l at eMild, fresh & creamy – unlike any

    other spirit you’ve tasted before

    J E N S E N ’ S B E R M O N D S E Y

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9

    Juniper, lemon & Angelica root

    Designed to replicate old-style London gins, Jensen’s is one of the few small-batch London dry

    gins that is still produced in the city. The focus is on the classic flavour of juniper, blended to

    create a fantastic texture. This gin makes a superb martini.

    o n t h e n o s eStrong aromas of juniper, with

    a hint of cooked runner beans

    o n t h e pa l at eClean & soft, with

    dominant flavours of juniper

  • L A N G L E Y ’ S N O . 8 D I S T I L L E D

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9.50

    Juniper, pepper, coriander, nutmeg & lemon

    This small-batch gin is made with the purest, 100 per cent English grain spirit, and hand crafted

    to allow the botanicals to do the talking. Often described as an old-fashioned gin, Langley’s is

    aimed at the sophisticated gin drinker.

    o n t h e n o s eStrong scents of juniper, followed

    by lemon peel & coriander

    o n t h e pa l at eA dry gin, strong on the juniper,

    with a touch of spice

    J U N I P E R O

    g i n a n d to n i c – £11

    Juniper, Angelica root, cardamom, cassia bark, coriander, lemon, orange & orris root

    Made by the Anchor Distilling company, which was founded in 1993, this award-winning

    gin is flavoured with over 12 botanicals and distilled in a small copper still. Compared to

    contemporary gins, Junipero is full of classic juniper flavour and packs a strong alcohol punch.

    o n t h e n o s eStrong aromas of juniper,

    with a little alcohol

    o n t h e pa l at eRich, fruity flavours with

    a burst of tangy citrus

  • M O N K E Y 4 7 D RY

    g i n a n d to n i c – £12.50

    Juniper, almond, pepper, ginger, lemongrass, lavender, nutmeg, grains of paradise & sloe

    This unusual gin hails from the Black Forest in Germany and is one of the only known gins to

    be made with cranberry. The name comes from the 47 botanicals that go into the production

    of this gin, which is also bottled at 47 per cent.

    o n t h e n o s eWoody smells, followed by scents

    of a pine forest after rain

    o n t h e pa l at eComplex & powerful, with

    notes of herbs & spices

    M A RT I N M I L L E R ’ S

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9

    Juniper, Angelica root, cassia bark, coriander, orange, nutmeg & liquorice

    This special gin is distilled in copper pots before being shipped to Iceland to be mixed with

    crisp, Icelandic spring water. Although quite spicy, this gin is balanced with fresh citrus to make

    it easy to drink and mix into other cocktails.

    o n t h e n o s eLed by citrus, with aromas

    of coriander & cinnamon

    o n t h e pa l at eCreamy, with zesty orange flavours

    & a warm cinnamon finish

  • N O . 3 L O N D O N D RY

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10.50

    Juniper, grapefruit, Angelica root, cardamom & coriander

    A beautiful gin made by the Berry Bros. team, famed for their outstanding wines. The name

    comes from No.3 St James’s Street, where Berry Bros. are based. They use copper pot stills

    and a blend of fruit and spice to create a gin that works beautifully in cocktails.

    o n t h e n o s eFresh smelling, with strong

    aromas of juniper

    o n t h e pa l at eFloral & spicy, with a kick

    from the coriander

    N B G I N

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8.50

    Juniper, lemon, coriander, Angelica root, grains of paradise, orris root & cassia bark

    Made in North Berwick, Scotland, this gin is developed in a still that was custom built in

    London. The husband and wife team who make NB use only 100 per cent British grain spirit

    and a carefully chosen selection of botanicals.

    o n t h e n o s eJuniper & subtle spice

    o n t h e pa l at eRefreshing, with vibrant

    sparks of citrus

  • O L D R A J D RY

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9.50

    Juniper, saffron, citrus, coriander, orris root & almond

    Made with a classic set of botanicals, this gin is set apart by its golden tint, created by the post-

    distillation addition of saffron. Drink it straight, in a strong martini, or pair it with a good-quality

    tonic for a sweet and subtle G&T.

    o n t h e n o s eHeavily perfumed

    & aromatic

    o n t h e pa l at eSmooth & easy to drink, despite

    the complex levels of spice

    N O . 2 0 9 B A R R E L R E S E RV ES A U V I G N O N B L A N C C A S K

    g i n a n d to n i c – £12

    Juniper, orange, cardamom, cassia bark, Angelica root & coriander

    This interesting gin is finished for three to four months in aged casks that previously held

    Sauvignon Blanc wine from the Rudd Oakville Estate in the Napa Valley. The result is a gin

    that’s perfectly balanced between sweet wine and floral botanicals.

    o n t h e n o s eFresh & herby

    o n t h e pa l at eSweetness from the grapes,

    with herbaceous notes

  • P E R RY ’ S TOT N AV Y S R E N G T H

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10

    Juniper, cinnamon, cardamom, star anise, lemon, orange & grapefruit

    An American-strength gin made in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and named after Matthew Calbraith

    Perry, a notable New York naval figure. Thanks to its high alcohol percentage, if you poured

    this gin on gunpowder it would instantly ignite, even today.

    o n t h e n o s eA traditional, juniper-led smell

    with hints of honey

    o n t h e pa l at eBig flavours dominated by citrus,

    especially grapefruit

    O P H I R O R I E N TA L S P I C E D

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8.50

    Juniper, cubeb, cardamom, pepper & ginger

    A truly unique gin that combines the flavour of a London dry with botanicals collected along

    the traditional spice route that linked the UK to Asia. The range of spices in this gin makes it

    ideal for a tea-based or Oriental-inspired cocktail.

    o n t h e n o s ePeppery with hints of coriander

    & some citrus fragrances

    o n t h e pa l at eA discernable spiciness

    with a touch of citrus

  • P I C K E R I N G ’ S N AV Y S T R E N G T H

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10.50

    Juniper, lemon, lime, coriander, cardamom, Angelica root, clove & fennel

    Developed using the same botanicals as Pickering’s regular gin, and the same copper pot still,

    Gert, the distillers simply up the alcohol percentage to pack more of a punch. Navy strength

    gins are better suited for use in cocktails, so mix this into one of your favourites.

    o n t h e n o s eA subtle smell with hints

    of spice & citrus

    o n t h e pa l at eStrong juniper flavours with

    nutty nuances

    P I C K E R I N G ’ S

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8

    Juniper, lemon, lime, coriander, cardamom, Angelica root, clove & fennel

    Distilled in Edinburgh using a recipe found on a piece of paper in 1947, this gin is super

    refreshing, despite its more traditional botanicals. It’s made in a 500-litre copper pot still that’s

    affectionally called Gert by the distillers.

    o n t h e n o s eStrong aromas of juniper, with

    a little fresh citrus

    o n t h e pa l at eJuniper is joined by subtle nutty

    & herbal flavours

  • P LY M O U T H N AV Y S T R E N G T H

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10.50

    Juniper, Angelica root, cardamom, coriander, orange & orris root

    A high-strength gin from Plymouth that was supplied to the Royal Navy for nearly 200 years.

    Despite its strength, this gin is rich and flavourful.

    o n t h e n o s eIntense fragrances,

    led by juniper

    o n t h e pa l at eSmooth & rich with

    a hint of sweetness

    P I N K P E P P E R

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10.50

    Juniper, pink peppercorns, cardamom, honey & vanilla

    French producer, Audemus, make this deliciously warming gin that’s often described as

    Christmas in a glass. Each ingredient is macerated separately before being distilled, resulting in

    a perfect blend between strong spice and creamy sweetnes.

    o n t h e n o s ePeppery, yet sweet, aromas,

    with a little cinnamon

    o n t h e pa l at eAn initial peppery rush, followed

    by a warming sweetness

  • P R I N C I P E D E L O S A P O S TO L E S

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8.50

    Juniper, coriander, yerba mate leaves, mint & grapefruit

    Made in Mendoza using botanicals sourced from Argentina, this gin captures the spirit of South

    America. The unique ingredient, yerba mate leaves, is used to make a popular drink in South

    America and contributes to a truly tasty gin.

    o n t h e n o s eEarthy aromas with

    herby fragrances

    o n t h e pa l at eDry & fruity with distinctly

    minty flavours

    P O RTO B E L L O R O A D

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8

    Juniper, pepper, red berries & lemongrass

    This gin hails from the award-winning bar, Portobello Star, in Notting Hill, where the Ginstitute

    is based. An old-style London dry gin, this spirit is packed with traditional botanicals and spices

    – an homage to the gins of the past.

    o n t h e n o s ePlenty of juniper with

    intense red berry fragrances

    o n t h e pa l at eSubtle spice, followed by

    lemongrass & fruity flavours

  • S A C R E D

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10

    Juniper, orange & cardamom

    Ian Hart’s Sacred gin is one of the UK’s best-known small-batch gins, thanks to the unique way

    it’s produced. Each botanical is distilled individually in low temperatures at high pressure in a

    vacuum still. This creates a brighter and more flavourful gin.

    o n t h e n o s eSubtle hints of spice,

    orange & juniper

    o n t h e pa l at eClean & dry, with

    a slight edge of alcohol

    R A N S O M O L D TO M

    g i n a n d to n i c – £11

    Juniper, orange, lemon, coriander, cardamom & Angelica root

    This company began as a labour of love, originally producing grappa, eaux-de-vie and,

    eventually, spirits. This gin is made with dedication, using a recipe developed in collaboration

    with spirits historian, David Wondrich, and aged for three to six months in wine barrels.

    o n t h e n o s eProminent citrus fragrances

    with a hint of pine

    o n t h e pa l at eDistinctive floral flavours

    with a touch of cardamom

  • S I P S M I T H S L O E

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8.50

    Sloe, juniper, Angelica root, coriander, orange & orris root

    Sipsmith, the original advocates of London gin, have produced another incredible batch of sloe

    gin. Refreshing and flavoursome, this gin is best when served over crushed ice.

    o n t h e n o s eSubtle citrus with

    earthy aromas

    o n t h e pa l at eA jammy taste with

    touches of spice

    S I P S M I T H L O N D O N D RY

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10

    Juniper, coriander, Angelica root, liquorice, orris root, almond, cassia bark, cinnamon, lemon & orange

    This small-batch artisan gin is distilled in a compact pot still and column still combination named

    Prudence. At the time of her installation, Prudence was the first copper pot still to be used to

    make gin in London for over 200 years.

    o n t h e n o s eFresh fragrances, similar

    to a summer meadow

    o n t h e pa l at eFlavours of tart lemon

    & orange marmalade

  • S T. G E O R G E T E R R O I R

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10.50

    Juniper, California bay laurel, Douglas fir, coriander, lime & lemon

    This exciting and unique gin is packed with magical scents of Douglas fir, coastal sage and bay

    laurel. Savour it and imagine you really are standing in a Californian forest.

    o n t h e n o s eStrong, forest-like aromas

    o n t h e pa l at eFresh & moreish, with

    flavours of pine

    S T. G E O R G E D RY RY E

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10

    Juniper, coriander, rye, lime & grapefruit

    This is a rye whiskey wearing a gin hat, full of spicy and malty flavours. Made with a base of

    100 per cent rye, this spirit beautifully combines typical gin botanicals with a soothing,

    rye-based warmth.

    o n t h e n o s eInitially spicy, followed by

    malt, citrus & wine gums

    o n t h e pa l at ePeppery flavours of juniper,

    Moroccan spice, rye & coriander

  • TA N Q U E R AY N O . T E N

    g i n a n d to n i c – £10

    Juniper, nutmeg, lime & grapefruit

    Named after the number of the still pot in which it was first created, this well-known gin

    reflects the passion and attention to detail that Charles Tanqueray stood for. Crafted with the

    martini in mind, this fresh and citrusy gin perfectly matches the classic cocktail.

    o n t h e n o s eFresh aromas, predominantly

    of grapefruit

    o n t h e pa l at eSweet, long-lasting flavours

    of vanilla & lime

    S W 4 L O N D O N D RY

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8.50

    Juniper, orange, lemon, almond, liquorice, Angelica root & cinnamon

    This premium gin is made in the style of the original London dry gin from the early 19th

    century. This is your perfect all-round gin – delicious with tonic or on its own.

    o n t h e n o s ePredominantly juniper

    & zesty citrus

    o n t h e pa l at eA surprisingly smooth

    & creamy texture

  • TA R Q U I N ’ S D RY

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9.50

    Juniper, coriander, orange, lemon, grapefruit, Angelica root, orris root, almond, cinnamon & liquorice

    This Cornish dry gin is made using classic flavours with a twist – fresh citrus peel instead of

    dried and sherbet-like coriander, instead of hot and spicy. Smooth and short,

    this is an easy gin to sip away at.

    o n t h e n o s eJuniper, cardamom & a touch

    of sweet orange blossom

    o n t h e pa l at eCrisp, dry & full of energy,

    with lasting spice

    TA N Q U E R AY O L D TO M

    g i n a n d to n i c – £12

    Juniper, Angelica root, liquorice & coriander

    This limited edition release is based on a recipe from Charles Tanqueray, which dates back

    to 1835. Popular in many classic cocktails, this gin has a sweet expression thanks to its mix of

    liquorice, lime & tropical fruit.

    o n t h e n o s eDistinctly herbal scents

    o n t h e pa l at eCreamy & rounded, with

    flavours of tropical fruit

  • T H O M A S D A K I N M A N C H E S T E R

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9.50

    Juniper, orange, coriander, cardamom, Angelica root, cubeb, pepper & liquorice

    The sharp twist in this gin comes from a hint of red cole, or horseradish. It’s named after

    Thomas Dakin, a gin pioneer who began producing gin in the second half of the 18th century.

    The quality of his spirit was supremely good for the time and he is still celebrated today.

    o n t h e n o s eA heady smell with sharp

    horseradish & citrus

    o n t h e pa l at eClassic gin flavours, with

    a distinctly savoury finish

    T H E L O N D O N N O . 1 O R I G I N A L B L U E

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9

    Juniper, Angelica root, cinnamon, liquorice & bergamot

    This wonderful quadruple-distilled gin is produced in London by Charles Maxwell, but isn’t

    classified as a London dry gin. This is partly because of its light blue tint, which is added

    post distillation.

    o n t h e n o s ePredominantly juniper

    & zesty citrus

    o n t h e pa l at eA surprisingly smooth

    & creamy texture

  • W I L L I A M S C H A S E E L E G A N T C R I S P

    g i n a n d to n i c – £11

    Juniper, coriander, Angelica root, liquorice, orris root, lemon, elderflower, bramley apple & hops

    This English gin is distilled in Hertfordshire by the same company that make Chase potato

    vodka. They use organic apples for a crisp, fruity flavour but also use classic botanicals for

    that herbal finish that we love in gin.

    o n t h e n o s eHints of green apple laces

    & toffee

    o n t h e pa l at eCrisp apple flavours, followed

    by juicy orange

    W H I T L E Y N E I L L

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8.50

    Juniper, pepper, citrus, orris root, orange & baobab

    This is the only gin we know of that uses baobab fruit and cape gooseberries to make a

    London dry-style gin. Produced in small batches, this gin has a distinct citrus punch and is

    packed with vitamin C.

    o n t h e n o s eVery floral, like honeysuckle,

    with citrusy scents

    o n t h e pa l at eMedium bodied, with

    a blend of spices

  • Z U I D A M YO U N G G R A I N

    g i n a n d to n i c – £8.50

    Juniper, coriander, Angelica root, liquorice, vanilla, orange & lemon

    This genever comes from a traditional-style Dutch company, and is made from a mash of rye,

    corn and malted barley. The malt base gives this spirit a richer flavour than most gins.

    o n t h e n o s eVery fragrant, with hints

    of malt

    o n t h e pa l at eA burst of citrus, followed

    by spice

    W I L L I A M S G R E AT B R I T I S H E X T R A D RY

    g i n a n d to n i c – £9.50

    Juniper, coriander, Angelica root, liquorice, orris root, lemon, elderflower, bramley apple & hops

    Williams Chase distil their gin from naked vodka and, before that, from cider, made with

    organic apples. The result is a delicious spirit with notes of spice and citrus, led by strong

    juniper flavours. An ideal gin to pair with tonic.

    o n t h e n o s eStrong juniper aromas, with

    hints of cinnamon & nutmeg

    o n t h e pa l at eDry & full bodied, with

    citrusy flavours