Bombay Sapphire Gin
Bombay Sapphire Gin, is a English Gin from the Laverstoke Mill Distillery at Loushers Lane, Warrington. The brand was launched in 1987 and the name was part of a competition where several marketing agencies were asked to submit possible names and bottle designs. Bombay Sapphire was chosen, it refers to links between the British Empire and India as gin was an extremely popular spirit during the time of the British Raj.
Bombay Sapphire is in the London Dry Gin style that is double distilled with neutral grain spirit and than botanicals are added during the second distillation. Stong citrus notes can be found on the nose as well as on the palate. There are also some sweetness and strong aromatic flavours. A perfect summer Gin.
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Seedlip Spice 94 Non- Alcoholic Gin
Seedlip Spice 94 Non-Alcoholic spirit, is another of the fantastic non-alcoholic alternatives to Gin. This edition is influenced by the spices which are in common use throughout the Gin scene across the globe. Mixing All spice, Cardamon, lemon, Grapefruit, and Cascarilla, they get a perfect blend of citrus and spice making a vibrant fresh drink. The '94' refers to the year 1494 when Christopher Columbus discovered All spice berries in Jamaica, which is where Seedlip exclusively source the berries for this drink.
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Seedlip Garden 108 Non-Alcoholic Gin
Seedlip Garden 108, is a non-alcoholic spirit from the fantastic producers at Seedlip. This new innovation has provided a full-flavoured non-alcoholic alternative, most commonly compared with Gin. Combining Peas, Hay, Spearmint, Rosemary, and Thyme, it's a full-flavoured elegant drink influenced by what you can find in the every day herb garden. The '108' refers to the amount of days it takes to sow, grow, and pick the peas used in the spirit.
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Damrak Gin is from Amsterdam in the Netherlands. The recipe used in the gin is the Lucas Bols recipe which dates back to Amsterdam in the 1700s and is one of the oldest known gin recipes.
The name Damrak is a tribute to Amsterdam's inner harbour that was instrumental in the Dutch East India Company's trade in the 1500s. Damrak is a cross between a old-world Dutch gin and a London dry gin. A very impressive gin that is worth a regular spot on your shelve.
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Beefeater 24 London Dry Gin
Beefeater 24 London Dry Gin is produced in South East London and dates back to 1820. Beefeater 24 uses 12 botanicals including grapefruit, almond, orris root, rare Japanese and Chinese tea. The botanicals used are also steeped in grain alcohol for 24 hours prior distillation. Beefeater 24 has a fresh flavour and is bottled at 45% ABV, higher than most. It is best enjoyed in a modern cocktail or mixed drink
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Hendricks Gin, is a Gin produced by William Grant & Sons in Girvan, Scotland and launched in 1999. Hendricks uses a blend of spirits produced from a Carter-Head Still of which there are only a small number in the world, and a small pot still, originally built in 1860 by Bennett, Sons & Shears. The Bennett Still produces a heavy, oily spirit with a strong juniper-flavour.
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Star of Bombay Gin
Star of Bombay Gin, is a variation of Bombay's main product Bombay Sapphire, but has Bergamot orange peel from Calabria and Ambrette seed from Ecuador added in. It is in the style of a London dry gin and is juniper led in taste. It is named after a 182-carat cabochon-cut violet-blue star sapphire from Sri Lanka. The gem was presented to Mary Pickford, the silent film star by her husband, Douglas Fairbanks.
The use of not quite ripe berries being harvested for the gin means that the flavour of the gin is fresh and citrusy. For a garnish I would use raspberries and a spring of mint to bring out the fresh summer flavours. During the winter a slice of orange, flamed is a lovely way to end the day.
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The Botanist Islay Dry Gin
The Botanist Islay Dry Gin, is the first and only Islay Dry Gin. The gin itself is comprised of 22 hand-foraged local botanicals delicately distilled to form this gin that tastes like Scotland.
The nose of the Botanist Gin is that of mint, juniper, coriander with an undertone of coconut and summer meadows. The palate is rich and mellow, with citrus flavours that explode your taste buds. The finish is that of electric buzz that excites every inch of your body.
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Monkey 47 Gin
Monkey 47 Gin is a Gin produced in the Black Forest in Germany. The name comes from the fact that the gin uses 47 botanicals. The nose is different to any other gin on the market. There are plenty of evergreen notes, memories of a dense forest come to mind. Ideal since the gin is distilled in the Black Forest. There are also flavours of lemon myrtle and some chamomile tea.
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Plymouth Navy Strength Gin
Plymouth Navy Strenght Gin, is produced in Plymouth, England, in one of the oldest distilleries in England, the black friars Distillery. The gin itself first went to sea in 1793 with the Royal Navy, it was the ultimate gin to have on board. At 57% ABV Plymouth navy strenght gin is botanical and smooth with well-balanced flvours.
On the nose Plymouth Navy Strenght Gin, is intense with bold fresh aromas, strong juniper an coriander aromas with hints of cardamom. The palate is full bodied, as you would think with strenght but at the same time it is smooth. Flavours of juniper and sweetness coat your mouth. The finish is long and rich.
Our Price: €66.00 Inc VAT