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  • Artisanal Gin

    43,5% || Collective Arts

    Our Artisanal Dry Gin was crafted in small batches with juniper berries and our unique, house-made botanical blend. Fresh lemon, lime and orange peel make our gin bright and refreshing, while our spice blend add complexity and depth. Best drank neat or on the rocks.

    Botanicals: Juniper, coriander, fresh orange, lemon & lime peel, anise, grains of paradise, cinnamon, clove, fennel, pink peppercorn, ginger & orris root.

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  • Bathtub Gin

    43,3% || Ableforth’s

    First, copper pot-distilled gin is made with juniper, coriander and other fragrant botanicals, but we don’t stop there. Instead, we take a portion of this gin and painstakingly infuse it with a further six fresh botanicals – a process which takes a whole week to do.

    This infusion process allows those fresh botanical flavours – too delicate to survive traditional distillation – to shine through, and Bathtub Gin is left with its unique flavour and distinctive hue.

    Nose: Fresh and bold juniper leads the way with fragrant citrus and cardamom. Notes of fresh orange peel and cinnamon add to an enticing nose.

    Taste: Juniper again leads, but there’s plenty more besides. The mouthfeel is thick and creamy whilst the cloves, coriander and cardamom offer depth.

    Finish: Here the supporting botanicals really shine with lingering cardamom and orange peel on the tail.

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  • Big Dipper Gin

    46% || That Boutique-y Gin Company

    Fairgrounds are such odd places as they’re both child-like and nostalgic but also slightly seedy and decrepit. The smell of fairgrounds carries these contradictions – sugar with machinery and dirt. All captured in this gin’s aromas.

    Label
    The view from a happy muncher feasting on popcorn, toffee-apple and candyfloss. Gathering speed on the roller coaster, we can see some familiar faces having a great time as the sun sets over the fair.

    Tasting Notes
    Nose: Herbaceous, grassy, oily smoke and cardamom

    Palate: Smooth, oily mouthfeel, citrus, cocoa and sweetness

    Finish: Sweet toffee, buttery popcorn, smokey, grassy and cardamon

  • Cherry Gin

    46% || That Boutique-y Gin company

    Fruit gins were once all the rage: lemon gin, orange gin, even asparagus gin once graced the shelves of liquor stores the world over. Now, they’re back with The Boutique-y Gin Company Cherry Gin. We’ve taken a Classic Gin and added a combination of sweet and sour marasca cherries, as well as a good pinch of spice. A fun and fruity gin, this is delicious as a sipper, but eminently mixable, too; try it with a splash of cola and a wedge of lime for a taste sensation.

    Nose: Plump and juicy – homemade cherry pie with a generous scoop of vanilla ice-cream.
    Taste: The succulent fruity sweetness of cherry, a touch of spice, and a slight citrus tang.
    Finish: The lingering tartness of sour cherries, accompanied by the juniper berry, which makes an encore appearance.

  • Chocolate Plague Gin

    46% || That Boutique-y Gin company

    Only in Norway! Smoked Chocolate gin made by Bergen bartenders.

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  • Cobnut Ghost Gin – Greensand Ridge Distillery

    46% || That Boutique-y Gin Company

    This gin is a bit of a mash-up of Greensand Ridge Distillery’s London Dry Gin and their Raspberry Ghost. The gin has a selection of locally-sourced ingredients, such as cobnut (squirrels are nuts for them), rosehip, honey, and hawthorne berries. The raspberry ghost is more fruity than spooky: it is a mix of raspberry juice and wheat spirit that is then distilled.

    This edition has a re-jigged botanical mix – less spice and less cobnut (leaving more for the critters), but has a fruity twist in the addition of surplus raspberry juice and quince to the still.

    Tasting notes:
    Nose: Boom! There’s raspberry, bright and invigorating, followed by a leafy nuttiness.

    Taste: Bold flavours of fresh raspberries dusted with absinthe-soaked sugar.

    Finish: Cinnamon sugar, succulent fruits, and a dry, liquorice and menthol finish.

  • Dead King Gin

    46% || That Boutique-y Gin Company

    In the 19th century how did the intelligentsia get their kicks? By getting hold of an Egyptian mummy and coming together to watch as it was unwrapped by an Egyptologist. This gin takes the aromatics used in an embalming, and which you might find in, on or around a dead pharaoh.

    Label
    Bejewelled, golden and etched with Hieroglyphics, the lid of the Sarcophagus is slightly ajar. Filled with juniper berries, honey, myrrh, moss and other fragrant botanicals.

    Tasting Notes
    Nose: Initially sulphuric, herbaceous scents, rosemary and spice.

    Palate: Honey sweet, herbs, spice and everything nice.

    Finish: A lasting caraway spice, honey, star anise.

  • Height of Arrows

    43% || Holyrood Distillery

    From the Holyrood Distillery arrive this new expression, Height of Arrows. This is distilled by local whisky makers, who want the translate the whisky experience into gin. They believe in stripping back gin to its core essential, juniper, and only focusing on a select few botanicals. At 43% abv, this has surprising depth and complexity.

    Expect juniper to shine, with a certain dryness in the palate accompanying beeswax, and a lingering note of sea salt in the finish.

  • Lavendel and Juniper Gin

    43,5% || Collective Arts

    Lavendel, Citrus and Bergamot

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  • Neroli Gin

    46% || That Boutique-y Gin company

    Neroli Oil is extracted from the blossom of the bitter orange tree through steam-distillation, and is as awesome as it is pricey, requiring over a tonne of flowers to produce just 1kg of oil – so of course they wanted to make a gin out of it!

    Nose: An aromatic, fragrant nose, with lily of the valley, soft juniper and pink grapefruit initially, before incense rises above balsa wood and a touch of fresh coriander.
    Taste: In a soft and delicate opening there’s a wave of orange blossom, perfumed vanilla and a slight hint of aniseed. A pinch of cardamom and clove offer herbaceous, spiced depth.
    Finish: Surprisingly long, with a little dryness that stops it becoming too syrupy.

  • Nine Sisters Gin

    46% || Feddie Ocean Distillery

    Fresh, with hints of citrus, juniper and rosé pepper.

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  • Nine Sisters Grapefruit Gin

    42% || Feddie Ocean Distillery

    Dry, fruity, citrus, grapefruit.

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  • Old Tom Gin

    42,4% || Ableforth’s

    Our Old Tom gin is the perfect spirit for those looking for something a little sweeter. A modern recreation of the slightly sweetened Old Tom style of gin popular in 18th and 19th century England, this gold medal winner is made using our classic Bathtub Gin, and offers a full-bodied sweetness perfectly balanced with juniper and spice notes.

    It really is the perfect gin cocktail accompaniment – try it in a Martinez or Tom Collins and you’ll see what we mean!

    Tasting Notes:

    Nose: Quite sweet with fruity juniper and citrus.

    Taste: Much more noticeably sweet, liquorice allsorts, light juniper and orange Tic Tacs.

    Finish: Initially clean but with lingering sweetness. Lip-smackingly tasty.

    Bathtub Gin Tom Collins tastes great with premium tonic and a wedge of orange.

  • Rhubarb & Hibiscus Gin

    43,5% || Collective Arts

    This gin was made with Rhubarb, Hibiscus and a whimsical blend of botanicals. Like the first bite of a grapefruit, it’s juicy and floral, complimented by fresh citrus and our botanical blend that leaves it with a tart and warm ginger finish.

    Botanicals: Rhubarb, hibiscus, juniper, coriander, fresh orange peel, fresh lemon peel, fresh lime peel, ginger & orris root.

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  • Rhubarb Gin

    46% || That Boutique-y Gin Company

    Rhubarb isn’t just for puddings or boiled sweets anymore. The herbaceous perennial is enjoying a resurgence in popularity not only in the culinary world – the terrific tang of rhubarb is carving out its own place in the world of booze! We wanted in on the fun, and thus, our Rhubarb Triangle Gin was born. We’ve sourced rhubarb solely from the famous Rhubarb Triangle, formed by the cities of Bradford, Leeds and Wakefield, to make it – you might even recognise a hint towards these cities on the label…

    Nose: The sparkling zing of crisp rhubarb with lemon shortbread.
    Taste: A voluptuous texture with powerful rhubarb notes coming through, complex and fresh. A zip of citrus, pinch of spice and then the unmistakable dry flavour of juniper.
    Finish: Refined and lasting hints of rhubarb crumble, rhubarb soda, and even a touch of rhubarb and custard sweets.

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  • Sloe Gin

    33,8% || Ableforth’s

    Crafted with up to half a pound of sloes in every bottle (that’s a lot of sloes, FYI), this cold-compounded sloe gin is a blend of copper pot still gin and bundles of juniper berries, cassia, coriander, orange peel and more. It’s big, full-bodied and bursting with flavour. The sloes are sourced from a UK fruit supplier, and paired with fresh sloe juice they give this gin a delicious flavour, with a note of bitterness to perfectly balance the sweet, which comes from the almond extract we use.

    Tasting Notes:

    Nose: Marzipan, almonds, aromatic juniper and rich, juicy berries. Very inviting.

    Taste: Thick and mouth coating with exceptional tart berry grip.

    Finish: Mouthwatering with whispering spices.

    Bathtub Gin Sloe Gin tastes great with bitter lemon/ lemon tonic and a wedge of orange.

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  • Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin

    46% || That Boutique-y Gin company

    A rather cheeky new addition from That Boutique-y Gin Company: Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin.
    Popular in the 1920s, but long since forgotten, pineapple gin is back with a 21st century twist. Whole pineapples are roasted on a spit with Demerara sugar until a beautiful caramelisation occurs. The pineapple is then combined with some bold and bright gin.

    The result? The height of decadence and avarice that needs to be tasted to be believed.

    Nose: The inside of a pineapple fritter – juicy, with a touch of zestiness and light caramel.
    Taste: An indulgent harmony of flavours greet the tongue: a beautiful mix of sweet and sour pineapple and rich, sweet caramel.
    Finish: Lingering sweet pineapple, as well as the dry, crisp freshness of the gin, inviting you back in for another sip.

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  • Strawberry & Balsamico Gin

    46% || That Boutique-y Gin company

    That Boutique-y Gin Company created an astoundingly decadent tipple with Strawberry & Balsamico Gin. A classic gin base acts as a canvas for the addition of fresh strawberries, strawberry and black pepper distillates and the very finest balsamic vinegar money can buy – Aceto di Balsamico tradizionale di Modena DOP, aged between 12 and 25 years in casks made from chestnut, cherry, oak, mulberry, ash and juniper (of course).

    Nose: Dark red fruits – cherry, strawberry and cranberry – mixed with the rich and mysterious darkness of the balsamic, creating a rich chocolate-treacle note.
    Taste: A delightful balance between the plump, juicy strawberries  and the complexity of the balsamic, which provides some woodiness and a touch of refined bitterness, but minimal acidity.
    Finish: Cinder toffee and the lasting sweetness of strawberry. When it comes to flavours, you really do get two for the price of one with this gin!

  • Vintage Pu-Ehr Tea Gin

    46% || That Boutique-y Gin Company

    This gin is a tribute to one of the most incredible natural products on earth. Tea! It is produced using in excess of 10g of exceptionally fine tea per bottle. Made using 6 carefully-selected Vintage Pu-erh Teas aged for up to 35 years, and extracted using a variety of methods including Hot and Cold infusion in both water and gin bases, and cold vacuum distillation. This versatile gin works exceptionally well in G&T and all manner of cocktails.

    Tasting Notes
    Nose: A creamy nose with juniper, citrus peel and a hint of tea aromas

    Taste: Smooth to start with those tea flavours really becoming prominent. There’s violet, dried lemon and herbal spice.

    Finish: The spices continue to develop with the tea and herbal flavours lingering on.

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