Gin Bar

01. 4Sisters Lime & ThymeThe original botanical base infused with a punch of deliciously zesty lime and aromatic herbaceous thyme.

Recommended serve: Lime and Fever Tree Light Tonic
02. Aber Falls Orange Marmalade GinThere are many uses for a gin that packs such a hefty orange flavour profile, but come on. Toast garnish. It’s the future.

Recommended serve: Lemon & Jeffreys Not So Plain Tonic.
03. At 30It is a London gin with signature smoothness and fabulous, fruity hints of raspberry and blueberry.

Recommended serve: Raspberries & Light Tonic
04. BakewellSix botanicals were infused in this gin in total, with the inevitable cherry and almond and classic notes of juniper supplemented by additions of cardamom, cubeb pepper and hibiscus flowers.


Recommended Serve: Cherry & Lemonade
05. Boe VioletInfused with violets creates a stylish gin with a light, delicate taste and beautiful colour and aroma.

Recommended Serve: Blackberry and Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic
06. Botanist Islay DryThis is a world-class gin, at a proper abv. A huge 31 botanicals go into The Botanist, including 22 native to Islay (the Juniper used is wild Islay Juniper).

Recommended serve: Grapefruit and Fever Tree Indian Tonic
07. Braeckman Lemon JeneverJenever is the English-speaking world as Dutch gin or Hollands, is the juniper-flavored national and traditional liquor of the Netherlands and Belgium, from which gin evolved. This is packed with lemon flavour.

Recommended serve: Neat over ice
08. Brecon Special Reserve GinThis is flavoured with Juniper from Macedonia, orange peel from Spain, Chinese cassia bark, Sri Lankan liquorice, Madagascan cinnamon, French angelica root, Russian coriander, Indian nutmeg, Spanish lemon peel and Italian orris root.

Recommended serve: Lime & Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic
09. Brockmans Intensely Smooth GinDelicious gin from Brockmans. This is made with Bulgarian coriander, blueberries and blackberries as well as bittersweet Valencia orange peels. The result is well balanced and full of flavour.

Recommended serve: Raspberries & Jeffreys Yarrow, Rosehip & Elderflower Tonic
10. Broken Heart GinA gin developed by two Germans living in New Zealand who grew to become good friends. One of them then tragically became ill and died, however, leaving the other to share the gin with the world alone. The name is heart-wrenchingly appropriate.

Recommended serve: Lemon & Mediterranean Tonic
11. Buss No.509 RaspberryThe first gin released from the Buss No.509 gin range. This Belgian gin features Juniper, Coriander, liquorice, Angelica, Vanilla, Cardamon, Iris, Orange, Lemon and Raspberry as botanicals.

Recommended serve: Orange & Mediterranean Tonic
12. Chesterfield Lemon SherbertChesterfield Lemon Sherbert gin is a zesty and sweet tipple with a base of Chesterfield Dry Gin, featuring botanicals like juniper, coriander, angelica, orris root, cassia bark, ginger, cardamon, hibiscus and lemon. A lot of lemon.

Recommended Serve: Lemon and Fever Tree Indian Tonic
13. CollesiA very stylish Italian gin made with a selection of botanicals including cherries, walnuts, hops and rose, among others. They also use water from Monte Nerone, helping its Italian roots to shine. Particularly refreshing, though richly complex.


Recommended Serve: Cherries & Fever Tree Light
14. Copeland Raspberry & MintA refreshingly sweet tipple from Northern Ireland’s Copeland Gin range, founded in 2015 by Gareth Irvine. Combining notes of raspberry and gin, we reckon this’ll make a smashing G&T.

Recommended Serve: Raspberry & Fever TreeLight Indian Tonic
15. Copeland RhuberryWhat do you get if you put a rhubarb stalk and a blackberry in Dr. Brundle’s teleportation device at the same time? A rhuberry, of course!

Recommended Serve: Strawberry & Fever Tree Sicilian Lemonade
16. Curio Rock SamphireA quadruple distilled Cornish gin made with locally foraged wild botanicals including rock samphire from the Cornish cliffs and Kombu seaweed. Try a little neat over ice for the full evocative experience.

Recommended Serve: Lemon and Fever Tree Indian Tonic.
17. Dr. J’s GinAn artisan gin from a very small distiller based in the village of Dullingham in Cambridgeshire, made in a hand-beaten copper still called Merlin… no really it is.

Recommended serve: Lime & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
18. Eccentric Cardiff DryCardiff Dry Gin comes from the Eccentric Gin chaps in Wales, and interestingly, they don’t use any citrus in their recipe! What you will find in this gin is lemongrass, verbena, fennel and rosemary, along with the essential juniper.

Recommended serve: Orange & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
19. Eden Mill Candy CaneYou might be wondering why we have a Christmas gin in the mix but we tried this and loved it!

Peppermint was used as a botanical to match the minty flavour of candy canes, while bilberry and hibiscus provide the traditional red colour.

Recommended Serve: Blackberries and Indian Tonic Water
20. Fenney Street BlushCrafted using thirteen botanicals in total, including elderflower, lavender and rose, with an addition of fresh raspberry and apples.

Recommended Serve: Raspberry and Fever Tree Light Tonic
21. Forager’s: Yellow LabelStarting with soft juniper tones, Foragers gently takes you to fresh, semi-sweetness of apple and elderberry, before giving way to incredible, subtle, unmistakable floral notes from gorse and heather flowers.

Recommended serve: Apple & Fever Tree Indian Tonic.
22. Forest Earl GreyWith botanicals sourced from the local forest and ground by hand in a pestle & mortar, this tea-influenced gin was distilled just once in the tiny 30 litre pot still at The Forest Distillery. At this point, a blend of Earl Grey Tea from Cheshire blenders Quinteassential was added, along with spring water from the Peak District.

Recommended serve: Lemon & Jeffreys Lime Galangal and Orange Tonic
23. Four Pillars Bloody ShirazThis intriguing treat is the delicious result of mixing Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin with Yarra Valley Shiraz grapes. What the Australian distillers did was steep the grapes in the gin for eight weeks, then pressed the grapes and blended it with yet more of their gin!

Recommended Serve: Orange & Fever Tree Light Tonic
24. Fresha StrawberryFresha is a Spanish tipple made with Strawberries from Huelva alongside 7 more botanicals – sweet and refreshing stuff.

Recommended serve: Black Pepper & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
25. Gin and JonnieCreated by Michelin Star chef Jonnie Boer, GastroGin Gin & Jonnie combines a spicy bundle of botanicals – five types of pepper (Jamaica pepper, Szechuan pepper, Voatsiperifery pepper, Long pepper, Sarawak pepper), fennel, lemon verbena, grapefruit, orange, lemon and a host of classic gin botanicals.

Recommended Serve: Grapefruit and Fever Tree Indian Tonic
26. Gordon Castle (not that Gordons!)Mint, lavender and gooseberry are among the botanical selection, giving this crisp gin a floral, fresh palate.

Recommended Serve: Lemon and Fever Tree Indian Tonic
27. G’Vine FloraisonInfused with Ugni Blanc grape, as well as some more standard botanicals including ginger root, liquorice, cardamom, cassia bark, coriander, cubeb berries, nutmeg, lime and even a bit of juniper.

Recommended serve: Grapes with Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic.
28. GWYR GowerMade using a combination of eight botanicals – including juniper, lemon, pink grapefruit, bronze fennel and green fennel.

Recommended serve: Grapefruit & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
29. Hidden GemRosemary and apple from distillers own garden when in season, along with, citrus, angelica, liquorice and lashings of milk thistle.
Recommended Serve: Cucumber and Fever Tree Light Tonic
30. Hills & HarbourA base featuring their very own wheat grain spirit alongside a selection of 11 botanicals – the likes of Noble Fir Pine needles and Bladderwrack seaweed, among others. Surprisingly fruity.

Recommended serve: Grapefruit & Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic.
31. Hunter’s CheshireFlavoured with botanicals including juniper from the Balkans, French angelica, Spanish lemon peel and Florentine orris root.

Recommended Serve: Grapefruit and Fever Tree Indian Tonic
32. IllicitA London dry style gin produced in small batches using a traditional direct-fired copper pot still with a selection of 10 botanicals including coriander, cloves, angelica, cinnamon, orris root and orange peel.

Recommended Serve: Orange and Fever Tree Indian Tonic
33. Keepr’s HoneyBlending elements of London dry gin with a hearty helping of raw honey, Keepr’s Honey Ginis a marvellous lip-smacking tipple.

Recommended serve: Rosemary and Fever Tree Light Tonic
34. Kinrara Highland DryJuniper-forward Scottish gin from the Kinrara distillery, made with a blend of locally sourced of foraged botanicals which includes rowan berries and rosehips, giving it a particulatly fruity flavour profile.

Recommended serve: Orange & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
35. Kintyre GinProduced by Beinn An Tuirc using a selection of 12 sustainably sourced botanicals including juniper, lemon peel, almond, sorrel, liquorice, orris, angelica, bitter orange, coriander, cassia, Icelandic moss and cubeb.

Recommended serve: Mint & Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic
36. Lakes GinLocally sourced juniper, as well as more botanicals from the surrounding areas, including bilberries, heather and meadowsweet, among other classic gin botanicals. Bright and sweet with fruity, floral qualities, accompanied by a good helping of citrus notes throughout.

Recommended Serve: Neat over ice.
37. Lilliput DorsetIntent of capturing the invigorating spirit of summer on the Dorset coast! The botanicals include organic basil, organic rosemary, organic thyme and organic fresh water fermented Kalamata Olives from Greece! Hugely herbaceous and subtly savoury.

Recommended serve: Lime & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
38. LussaLussa Gin is a native of the Isle of Jura, distilled in Ardlussa by a trio of adventurers using a selection of botanicals grown on the island, foraged by the team. They even go out on the river in their kayak to hunt for sea lettuce!

Recommended Serve: Lemon & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
39. Malfy Con AranciaA bright, vibrant Italian gin from the Malfy range, produced using Sicilian blood oranges to give it a sweet, juicy flavour profile. Ought to be ideal for enjoying in a Gin Tonica with lots of fresh fruit for garnish.

Recommended Serve: Orange & Jeffrey’s Original
40. Martin Miller’s Westbourne StrengthThe Beverage Tasting Institute awarded this 97 points and declared this the best gin in the world and the spirit of the year. Martin Miller’s Westbourne Strength is citrussy and spicy, with a lovely mouth feel.

Recommended serve: Lime & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
41. Marula PomegranateMade with a similar botanical selection as the original Marula Gin (which showcases the fruit of the marula tree in Africa), with the notable addition of pomegranate! This extra botanical brings another burst of fresh fruit sweetness to the flavour profile – always much appreciated!

Recommended serve: Orange & Fever Tree Light Tonic
42. Masons Dry Yorkshire – Peppered PearWhile Masons likes to keep its botanical recipe a closely-guarded secret, the team has made an exception for this pepped-up expression. Along with the Harrogate spring water and usual botanical mix comes a healthy dose of delicate pink peppercorns and juicy conference pears.

Recommended serve: Kiwi & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
43. McQueen Spiced Chocolate OrangeOrange oil, cardamom, a hint of cacao following on from fresh vanilla pod sweetness. Floral at first with hints of orange blossom and fresh juniper, with drying cinnamon and red chilli heat in the background with a lingering dark chocolate bitterness.

Recommended serve: Orange, Cinnamon & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
44. Mister Y.This shiny bottle holds a mystery… Specifically, the mystery is Mister Y. Gin! The producers of this Belgian tipple don’t give a lot away about what goes in to it (which is rather appropriate, considering the name), but notes of juniper, lavender and bright citrus are all rather prominent throughout.

Recommended Serve: Orange and Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic
45. Monkey 47 SloeThe superbly packaged Monkey 47 Sloe gin is a peppery, tangy, complex spirit made by macerating Black Forest sloes in spirit for three months.

Recommended Serve: Lemon & Soda Water
46. NuraSmooth and balanced. citrus notes of lemon and orange peel.

Recommended Serve: Lemon and Fever Tree Indian Tonic
47. Opihr Oriental SpicedA London Dry Gin made with botanicals from along the traditional spice route that led back to the UK. Indonesian Cubeb berries, Indian black pepper and Moroccan coriander are all used in this gin.

Recommended serve: Chilli for the brave or lime with Jeffrey’s Original.
48. Paper Mill ChaiEnhanced with a secret blend of Indian black tea, cracked black peppercorns, aromatic ginger and pink rose petals.

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49. Pin Gin – Strawberry InfusedA strawberry-infused variant of Pin Gin, the strawberry addition blends very well with the original Pin Gin recipe, which features black pepper (strawberry and black pepper is a timeless combination), cucumber, rose, lavender, liquorice, cinnamon, almond and citrus.

Recommended serve: Strawberry, Lime & Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic
50. Poetic License Blackberry and Bay LeafAnother release from Poetic License’s experimental and rather wonderful Rarities range – this time combining the flavours of blackberries and bay leaf with their marvellous gin.

Recommended serve: Blackberry & Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic.
51. Rock RoseThis very northerly gin features an alluring botanical selection including locally harvested Rhodiola Rosea, Rowan Berries, Sea Buckthorn, Blaeberries, Verbena, Coriander Seed, Cardamom and Juniper from two different countries – Italy and Bulgaria.

Recommended serve: Rosemary & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
52. Sabatini GinSabatini Gin exudes Tuscan style from all angles, with its selection of nine botanicals from Italy (including olive leaves, sage, fennel, orris, lemon verbena, juniper, coriander, thyme and lavender) and the rolling hills on the label.

Recommended serve: Lemon & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
53. Sacred Pink GrapefruitUsing every bit of the grapefruit, from the flesh to the peel to even the pips! It may sound obvious, but by golly does this have some phenomenal pink grapefruit flavours.

Recommended serve: Lime, Cardamon and Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic
54. Shetland Reel Gin Ocean SentA special edition of Shetland Reel Gin which is made with seaweed! Harvested locally, they wash it and dry it before distilling it alongide some of their regular botanicals which include juniper, coriander seed, orris root, cassia bark, citrus peel and apple mint.

Recommended serve: Grapefruit, Mint & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
55. Sibling Triple DistilledThe gin’s botanicals (which include juniper, vanilla, orange peel, lemon peel and blueberries – amongst others) are infused into the finely crafted spirit.

Recommended serve: Orange and Fever Tree Light Tonic.
56. Silver FoxCreated using a combination of 8 carefully selection botanicals, including juniper, cassia, coriander, orange, lemon, orris, angelica and liquorice. A clean, crisp mouthfeel, allowing the botanicals to sing.

Recommended serve: Orange & Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic
57. Sipsmith Lemon DrizzleA dessert-ready gin reminiscent of a slice of lemon drizzle cake?

Recommended serve: Lemon & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
58. Slingsby RhubarbA limited edition rhubarb flavoured gin from Yorkshire made with locally sourced botanicals and Harrogate aquifer water.

Recommended serve: Pink Grapefruit & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
59. Solway Rhubarb CrumbleInfused with fresh rhubarb and vanilla in their gin, with a touch of torrified wheat for a fleeting moment to impart the rhubarb crumble elements to this tipple. Great with classic gin mixers.

Recommended Serve: Raspberry & Fever Tree Ginger Ale
60. Steampunk Angel Of The NorthWe have developed the recipe by adding a ‘secret’ botanical, grown within half a mile of the iconic statue to our award-winning Steampunk Gin:Extremely Rare. The combination is sublime and we are sure you will enjoy its taste.

Recommended serve: Lemon & Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic
61. Tarquin’s British BlackberryThey combine the gin with the delicious British blackberries as well as a small helping of Cornish wildflower honey to impart a subtle mellow sweetness. Superb in a summer-y cocktail, or simply served over ice.

Recommended serve: Neat over ice
62. TarsierFeatures a total of seven traditional gin botanicals, plus the addition of the exotic calamansi, Kampot pepper, Thai sweet basil and galangal.

The gin is named after the Philippine tarsier, one of the world’s smallest primates, this as a small batch gin with big flavour and personality.

Recommended Serve: Lime and Jeffrey’s Lime, Galangal and Orange Tonic
63. Tinker PinkThe fresh strawberries lend a natural sweetness, which is balanced brilliantly by gentle sherbet and well rounded elderberry.

Recommended serve: Strawberry, Mint & Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic
64. Titanic PlumFresh juicy plums are added to a gin base and the resulting end product is a wonderful juicy gin with exquisite, crisp notes of plum running throughout with hints of juniper and a spicy finish!

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65. Trevethan CornishTFeaturing juniper, angelica, coriander, cassia, cardamom, orange peel, lemon peel, vanilla, elderflower and gorse flower. They use a one-shot distillation process, using a copper alembic still named Doris.

Recommended serve: Lemon & Fever Tree Light Tonic
66. True North Sheffield DryFeaturing a botanical selection that includes juniper, bilberries, gentian and Henderson’s Relish! If you’re not familiar with Henderson’s Relish, it’s a bit like a Worcestershire sauce, though made without anchovies,.

Recommended serve with: Orange & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
67. Turncoat Blackjack Dragon’s TearsJasmin green tea saison collaboration gin. Distilled with the the top leaves of the jasmine green tea plant, known as dragons tears, Ella hops and a selection of other botanicals.

Recommended serve: Grapefruit & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
68. Twisting Spirits Kaffir Lime & LemongrassHugely refreshing gin from Oxfordshire’s Twisting Spirits micro-distillery, combining a selection of traditional gin botanicals with an emphasis on kaffir lime and lemongrass. They use a classic copper alembic pot still to do most of the distilling, while some specialist botanicals are treated to cold-distillation under vacuum to preserve their flavours.

Recommended Serve: Chilli & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
69. Two Birds Strawberry and VanillaWell, this somewhat does what it says on the tin, doesn’t it? Tasty Two Birds Gin, with the lip-smacking addition of strawberry and vanilla. Summer drinks ahoy!

Recommended serve: Strawberry, Mint & Fever Tree Light Tonic
70. Warner Edwards Honeybee GinBuilt around an infusion of locally-sourced honey, including honey from their very own hives on their farm! Other botanicals include a trio of citrus peels (grapefruit, orange and lemon), elderflower, hibiscus, cinnamon and cardamom, among others.

Recommended serve: Lemon, Sage & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
71. West Winds Gin – The SabreAelection of classic botanicals including juniper, citrus and coriander seed, as well as toasted Australian wattle seed, which brings a wonderful creaminess to the table.

Recommended serve: Lemon and Fever Tree Mediterranean or Indian Tonic
72. Wild Beer Co SchnoodlepipDistilled for the Wild Beer Company in Somerset, Shnoodlepip is a beer that has developed a cult following and one of Wild Beers most unique beers – a red wine barrel-aged-sour Saison brewed with pink peppercorns, hibiscus and passion fruit. De-constructing these flavours and building them back into a Gin was a long process, the final product hits the money with lively passion fruit, delicate hibiscus and a whiff of pink peppercorns to chase after.

Recommended serve: Lime & Fever Tree Indian Tonic.
73. Wild Island BotanicThis coastal tipple is made with a base of ten classic gin botanicals, along with six hand-foraged botanicals from the island – bog myrtle, heather flowers, meadowsweet, lemon balm, wild water mint and sea buckthorn.

Recommended serve: Lemon, Mint & Fever Tree Light Tonic
74. Wrecking Coast Cornish Clotted CreamTo create this exciting gin, old distilled in a vacuum still before the two spirits are blended together!

Recommended serve: Strawberry, Lime & Fever Tree Indian Tonic
75. Zymurgorium & Northern Monk Cahokia An interesting gin (which they bill as a “New World Hop Gin” and a “New Tom gin”) made with a selection of botanicals including juniper, hops, coffee, vanilla, orris, lime, Mexican organic royal blue agave, mango, pineapple and tangerine!

Recommended serve: Over Ice with a Twist of Honey