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Bathtub 43.3% - Kent, England With an amazing balance of spice, wax, and orange, this small batch traditionally made gin is one on its own. £3.40
Bloom 40% - Warrington, Scotland Bloom is a delicate floral London Dry Gin, inspired by the natural flora of an English country garden. Smooth and light, why not enjoy this served at its best - with strawberries to bring out its unique floral taste. £3.40
Botanist Islay 46% - Islay, Scotland A gin originating from the ever-famous Bruichladdich distillery uses nine of the classic gin aromatics, which include orris root and cassia bark. Enjoy a glass or two... or three! £3.50
Brockmans 40% - Surrey, England A real hit with the ladies...! Delicious gin made from Bulgarian coriander, blueberries and blackberries as well as bittersweet Valencia orange peel. £3.40
Broker's 40% - Birmingham, England A fine and tasty gin lauded, and rightly so, by critics across the globe. Full of herbs and spices, throw some Mediterranean tonic into the mix and you've got something rightly beautiful. £3.10
Caorunn Small Batch 41.8% - Highlands, Scotland Carefully handcrafted in the Scottish Highlands, Caorunn expertly infuses five locally foraged gin botanicals including rowan berry and coul blush apple. £3.40
Copperhead 40% - Belgium This gin is a "Belgian expression" named after Mr Copperhead - an alchemist searching for the elixir of life. Becoming evermore popular, this gin is great alongside orange. £3.60
Death's Door 47% - Wisconsin, America Death's Door gin is a fine American gin made with organic red winter wheat from Washington Island, Wisconsin. Bottled at higher strength than your average gin, this makes a great martini. £4.40
Edinburgh 43% - Edinburgh, Scotland This delicious gin is flavoured with lovely botanicals including milk thistle and heather. £3.40
Gin Mare 42.7% - Costa Dorada, Spain Gin Mare is produced in a small fishing village on the Costa Dorada in Spain using botanicals all sourced within the Mediterranean area; including uncommon botanicals such as Arbequina olives, basil, rosemary and thyme. £3.80
Drumshanbo Gunpowder 43% - Leitrim, Ireland An Irish gin made with juniper, angelica, orris, caraway, coriander, cardamom and star anise as well as vapour infused oriental lemon and lime, fresh grapefruit and gunpowder tea. £4.50
Hayman's Old Tom 41.4% - London, England Taking inspiration from the popular style of gin consumed in the 18th Century, Hayman's have created their own Old Tom gin! Subtly sweet and yet it maintains a herbaceous quality. £3.20
Hendrick's 41.4% - Girvan, Scotland Hendrick's wondrous botanical signature consists of flowers, roots, fruits, and seeds from around the world. They function to complement and set the stage for the cucumber garnish. £3.40
Hoxton 40% - London, England An unusual gin where the key botanicals include coconut and grapefruit. £3.60
Mason's Yorkshire Original 42% - Bedale, England A London dry gin from God's own county! Masons use Harrogate spring water for their gins along with juniper, a proportion of which is from their own bushes, and a combination of secret botanicals including citrus. £3.40
Monkey 47 47% - Black Forrest, Germany Hits of fresh citrus and ripe juniper on the nose followed by a vegetal and slightly wooded finish that's extremely complex and robust. £4.90
Nordés Atlantic Galician 40% - Galicia, Spain Nordés Atlantic Galician gin is a rather intriguing Spanish gin made with an Albariño grape based spirit, rather than your more commonly seen grain-based spirit, along with 12 botanicals including lemon peels, hibiscus, liquorice and eucalyptus. £4.10
Opihr Oriental Spiced 40% - Warrington, England Opihr epitomises the exotic intensity of the Orient, awakening the senses to this new style of gin. Add some ginger and chilli to enhance the flavours. £3.20
Pinkster 37.5% - Cambridgeshire, England A triple distilled, premium gin produced in small batches. The perfect mix of botanicals including fresh raspberries add a unique pink colour and gentle fruity flavour to this great gin. £3.40
Portobello Road 42% - London, England This gin was released by the award-winning Notting Hill bar, Portobello Star, home of the Ginstitute. This is a place where one can learn an awful lot about gin, so you would expect Portobello Road to be rather good. £3.20
Puerto de Indias Strawberry 37.5% - Seville, Spain A strawberry flavoured gin from Seville's Puerto de Indias. This is made using the freshest Spanish strawberries from the famous province of Huelva. Light and sweet, this is delicious on its own, or to add a fruity touch to your G&T. £3.80
Rock Rose 41.5% - Thurso, Scotland The name itself comes from one of the local botanicals used; the Rhodiola rosea which was allegedly harvested by the Vikings in the belief it would give them strength. Rock Rose is described as a gin with soul, or a 'real gem' as the Prince of Wales put it. £3.90
Sharish Blue Magic 40% - Alentejo, Portugal The magnificent colour comes from extracts of a flower known as blue pea, and when you mix the gin with tonic, it turns pink! Botanicals also include juniper, coriander and raspberry. £4.90
Silent Pool 43% - Surrey, England Silent Pool Gin is produced on the Albury Estate in the Surrey Hills, right next to the Silent Pool, a beautiful, mysterious spring-fed lake. What a place to create a gin! £3.90
Sipsmith Sloe 29% - London, England Distilled with their award-winning London dry gin in their copper still, it is then left 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
Slingsby Rhubarb 40% - Harrogate, England A rhubarb flavoured gin from Yorkshire made with locally sourced botanicals and Harrogate aquifer water. Great with tonic and a slice of grapefruit. £3.70
Warner Edward's Elderflower 40% - Harrington, England Harvested just once a year, each bottle is infused with over 200 individually hand-picked elderflowers from Warner Edward's local hedgerows. Quite simply, this is stunning. £3.70
Whitley Neill Raspberry 43% - Birmingham, England Not quite as sweet as you'd expect, though the raspberry fruitiness does stand out. Caraway, thyme, coriander and a touch of hibiscus appear along the way to. £3.30
Whitley Neill Rhubarb & Ginger 43% - Birmingham, England Alongside Whitley Neill's signature botanical, the baobab fruit, this gin is infused with the essence of rhubarb and extracts of real ginger. £3.30