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Adnams Copper House, Southwold 40.0% A serious contender for Mark's favourite...This cracking gin is distilled in a beer stripping column, before being put through a handmade copper pot still. It is then purified in a rectifier. The result is very creamy and rich. This gin is infused with six botanicals including juniper, sweet orange and hibiscus. £3.40
Adnams, Copper House First Rate Gin, 48.0% A fabulous higher-than-average proof gin from the Southwold-based Adnams Brewery. Big and full-bodied, and rated Best New Product at the CLASS Magazine Awards 2011. £3.70
Bathtub Gin, Sussex, 43.3% Produced by a Professor Cornelius Ampleforth. (What a name!) The name bathtub is a tongue in cheek reference to a 1920's prohibition era style method of making gin. I'm sure you can use your imagination for that one. Fortunately for us, these methods are no longer used today. £4.00
Bombay Sapphire, Hampshire, 40% When one of the most iconic gin brands in the world creates a distillery with a visitor center, it's always going to attract attention. Launched in 1987 Bombay Sapphire uses: almond, lemon peel, liquorice, juniper berries, orris root, angelica and coriander. £3.00
Boodles, Warrington, Cheshire 40% Takes its name from Boodle's gentleman’s club in St. James's, London. Famous members of Boodles gentleman’s club included former Prime Minister Winston Churchill and James Bond author Ian Fleming, which of course makes Boodles an obvious choice for a vesper. £3.50
Blackdown Sussex Dry, Sussex, 37.5% Blackdown Sussex Dry Gin is the first Gin to be produced in Sussex and was launched in 2012. Blended with only pure Sussex water, charcoal filtered with Silver Birch sap added after distillation. £3.75
Bloom Gin, London 40% Bloom Gin is a superb London Dry Gin produced by Greenall's and named "Bloom" in reference to the floral nature of its botanicals: honeysuckle, pomelo and chamomile. In 2010 it was awarded a Platinum Medal at the World Spirits Competition. £3.55
Brighton Gin, Brighton, Sussex 40% Incredibly smooth, juniper and citrus led gin made in miniscule batches in the cellar of a small pub in Brighton. Slides down beautifully when drunk neat thanks to the addition of milk thistle to the botanicals. (Which is apparently good for your liver!) £4.00
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Bulldog, Hampshire 40% BULLDOG took the inspiration for its name from Sir Winston Churchill - an iconic, independent spirit himself - and the British "Bulldog Spirit" that he embodied. 12 botanicals from 8 countries around the world. £3.50
Cambridge Distillery, Japanese Gin, 42.0% Japanese Gin! Well, sort of. It's made in Cambridge, so it's technically English. However, it's a Japanese Gin at heart as it's made using traditional Japanese ingredients, including Shiso (a type of herb used for seasoning and as a plate for wasabi) £4.50
William Chase - Elegant Gin, Hereford, 48% It is a relatively unknown fact that gin is made from vodka, so, unlike other gins, Williams Elegant is truly single-estate from field to bottle. Botanicals are: juniper, coriander, angelica, liquorice, orrice, orange, lemon, hops, elderflower and Bramley. £3.55
Chilgrove Dry, Chilgrove, Sussex 44% Nestled at the foot of the South Downs, surrounded by woodland, lies the sleepy Sussex hamlet of Chilgrove. Chilgrove Dry Gin is the very first English gin to be made using alcohol distilled from grapes, giving it a more elegant style with modern flavours. £3.85
Elephant Dry Gin 45.0% An African-themed gin, Elephant was inspired by the creators reminiscing about 'sundowner' cocktails, a tradition in South Africa. The gin combines African botanicals with traditional juniper and orange peel, resulting in a spirit that's floral, fruity, spicy and herbaceous. £4.20
Foxhole Gin, Bolney, England 40% Created by pressing the unused grapes from the Bolney Wine Estate. Velvet-textured with floral coriander and orris flavours, balanced with grapefruit and lemon zests. Perfected with a long finish of subtle bitter orange notes. It doesn't get much better! £3.80
Gin Mare, Spain 42.7% The pot still used to create Gin Mare is housed in a chapel, in a property that was once a monk’s retreat. Cue Holy “Spirit” puns…? Key botanicals are olives, citrus, cardamom, coriander along with thyme, basil and rosemary. £4.50
Gabriel Boudier, Saffron Gin, 40.0% Boudier's Saffron Gin is an extraordinary gin which gains is marvellous tawny-orange hue with the addition of saffron! Fantastic. £3.70
Gordon's Gin, London 37.5% The recipe for Gordon's is known to only twelve people in the world and has been kept a secret for 250 years. Triple-distilled, the gin contains juniper berries, coriander seeds, angelica root, liquorice, orris root, orange and lemon peel. £3.25
Half Hitch, London, 40.0% ‘The G with Tea’, a black tea and bergamot, small batch distilled gin. Spicy pepper and juniper are balanced by sweet citrus and rich tea. The secret ingredient being 'English Wood' of all things, though they refused to tell us which kind! £4.70
Hendricks, Scotland, 41.4% In addition to the traditional juniper infusion, Hendrick's uses Bulgarian rose and cucumber to add flavour. Best served with tonic and cucumber, or soda and elder flower. £3.75
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Hoxton Gin, 43.0% A trendy gin from Gerry Calabrese of the Hoxton Pony, one of the most stylish of London's style bars. They use very interesting botanicals including tarragon, iris, grapefruit and, most unusually, coconut. This is superbly well balanced gin with a silky f £4.00
King of Soho, London, 42.0% The King of Soho is a London Dry Gin distilled in the heart of London using traditional methods; a complex spirit crafted with 12 botanicals to our unique flavour profile. Created as a tribute to the original 'King of Soho' Paul Raymond by his son Howard. £4.50
Little Bird Dry Gin 41.6% Little Bird's pink-grapefruit nose is matched perfectly by fresh juniper and dazzling citrus on the first sip. A lively tang on the tongue, gives way to velvety orange peel with a subtle underlying sweetness and a zesty finish. £4.20
Martin Miller, England/Iceland 40% Not to be let down in their attention to minute details, once the distillation is over the gin is taken on a 3,000 mile round trip to Iceland to be blended with some of the worlds purest water. Our guys love to drink this one with a splash of elderflower. £3.40
Monkey 47, Germany 47% An unusual gin from the Black Forest in Germany, Monkey 47 contains a unique ingredient. No, not that! Cranberries! The 47 comes from the number of botanicals that go into this unique gin, and the fact it's bottled at a healthy 47%. £4.00
No.3 London Dry, London 46% The name No.3 refers to the address on St James’s Street, London. Juniper to the fore, supported by floral notes and spicy, warm cardamom. Plenty of citrus zing complemented by the gingery spiciness of coriander. £4.50
Opihr Oriental Spiced Gin, London 40% The heritage of Opihr Oriental Spiced Gin is firmly rooted in the ancient Spice Route. Traditionally merchants would travel thousands of miles along the route, trading exotic spices and botanicals from distant lands. This gin has bursts of citrus balanced £3.50
Pink Pepper Gin, France, 44.0% Made in Cognac, France, this gin quite unsurprisingly, takes its name from the punchy, crunchy pink peppercorn which lends an exotic, light peppery taste to proceedings. One of the best gins we've ever tried. £4.50
Pinkster Gin 37.5% Pinkster is deliciously dry, with gentle fruity notes and the smoothest of finishes. It is now distilled to the company's own recipe before being hand-steeped in the raspberries that lend it both its pink hue and subtle fruitiness. £3.90
Portobello Road No.171, London 43% It all started at number 171 Portobello Road, or "The Ginstitute" This is a place where one can learn an awful lot about gin, so you would expect Portobello Road No. 171 to be rather good, and indeed it is. £3.40
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Silent Pool, Surrey 43% Located in the Surrey hills, right next to the legendary and mythical Silent Pool. Full-bodied and fresh, with depth, clarity. Clean and juniper driven, with floral layers of lavender and chamomile. Fresh notes of citrus and kafir lime are grounded with t £3.80
Sipsmith Sloe Gin 29.0% First, they distill their award-winning London Dry Gin on copper stills. Then they leave it to rest on wild sloe berries, hand-picked in the autumn. The result is a truly handmade sloe gin that is subtle, complex and bursting with flavour. £3.80
Sipsmith London Dry, London 41.6% Produced in the workshop previously used by the late, great Michael Jackson (whisky writer, not moonwalker.) A particularly dry gin with a zesty, citrus finish. Confidently hits the palate with juniper, warms it with spice and then wrings it dry, begging £3.80
Snowdonia Foragers Gin Black Label, Wales 40% Made with hand foraged Snowdonian botanicals, each bottle is hand filled, hand labeled and individually bottled. This masterpiece of distilling is the perfect balance between just two botanicals, juniper and sea buckthorn. £4.00
Tanqueray, Scotland 43.1% Originally distilled in London in 1830 by Charles Tanqueray and inherited by his son, also Charles Tanqueray. The Bloomsbury distillery was severely damaged in World War II and has since moved to Cameron Bridge, Scotland. Juniper heavy. £3.40
Tanqueray No.10, London, 47.3% An incredible small batch London dry gin made in pot still number 10. Tanqueray Number 10 is citrussy and full bodied. £3.60
The Botonist, Islay, Scotland 46% An artisanal Islay gin made by Bruichladdich Distillery. It is the only gin made on Islay. It uses nine classical gin aromatics with a further 22 locally picked wild Islay botanicals. It is these botanicals – and the two local botanists who collect them £4.00
Tarquins Handcrafted Cornish Gin, 32.0% Southwestern Distillery produce small batches of their artisan Tarquin's Gin using their flame-fired copper pot still called Tamara, goddess of the Tamar. It's then bottled by hand and sent off into the world, to spread the news that Cornwall is producing £3.80
Warner Edwards, Elderflower Gin, 40.0% The two friends behind Warner Edwards infuse their Harrington Dry Gin with freshly harvested elderflower grown in Northamptonshire and Rhualt, then they add a little bit of sugar, and there you have it! A perfect Summer aperitif - sweet dry and gorgeous. £3.70
Warner Edwards, Victoria's Rhubarb Gin, 40.0% Victoria's Rhubarb Gin uses a variety of rhubarb originally grown in Queen Victoria's garden, hence the name, as well as their Harrington Dry Gin. They also add just enough sugar to balance out the acidity from the rhubarb, producing a spirit with plenty £3.90