Try out some great new Gins for the summer
We have had some fantastic new gins that have arrived over the last few weeks. With this market becoming ever more diverese there truly is some weird and wonderful offerings as well as the more classic based Gins.Gin Mare
Gin Mare is a new super premium Gin inspired by botanicals grown in the Mediterranean. These are individually distilled in a custom made still and then hand blended to produce an outstanding and unique taste. The result gives you the first & unique mediterranean Ginm distilled with Arbequina Olives, Thyme, Rosemary & Basil.
No.3 is the London Dry Gin distilled to a proprietary recipe of Berry Bros. & Rudd, London’s oldest wine and spirit merchant. The name No.3 refers to the address in St James’s Street, London: our home since 1698. No.3 was created to be the last word in gin for a Dry Martini.
‘A Taste of Tradition’: With juniper at its heart, it unashamedly celebrates the integrity and character of traditional London Dry Gin: three fruits and three spices distilled in traditional copper pot stills.
To create the Sipsmith London Dry Gin, Sipsmith distil English barley spirit with a selection of 10 botanicals including Macedonian juniper, Bulgarian coriander and Seville orange peel. Blended with pure water from Lydwell Spring, the result is a particularly dry gin with a zesty, citrus freshness
A super-premium Gin
SW4 is a super-premium London Gin for the silent majority of people who love to drink Gin and Tonic.
With its contemporary, distinctive packaging, SW4 clearly stands out from the crowd.
“SW4 London Distilled Gin, is a big and complex gin made in the style of the original London Dry Gins of the mid to late 19th Century. It has 12 botanicals in its recipe, with Juniper being heavily predominant, but then behind it come the citrus and spice notes, from botanicals such as lemon peel and cassia, which give it the fullness and complexity. The whole is then brought together by the Orris Powder.”
“Distilled gins of this style pre-date the Cocktail era of the early 20th Century, which tended to give rise to the somewhat more austere and less complex gins of that time. The older style gins being made to show at their best when mixed with water, ginger beer and most especially tonic, that eponymous drink of the British Empire. SW4 has taken this heritage and using up to date small batch distillation techniques brings you the 21st century version of the classic original gin style.”
Charles Maxwell, Master Distiller – November 2009
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