A Scottish gin which uses botanicals from Shetland including sea pink flowers from the cliff tops and meadowsweet flowers. Other botanticals include coriander, wild water mint, angelica root strain, which was introduced by the Vikings
Clear pink colour with a tint of orange. On the nose theres a lovely mixture of the floral character of roses backed by the firm tannin of tea. In the mouth it is just off-dry, with a lovely balance between the sweetness and rose perfume on one hand, with the sharpness of citrus and the grip of tannin from the Gunpowder tea.
Rich honey and mango flavours lead into notes of pink pepper, black pepper and cassia adding a warming spice. Plenty of fresh grapefruit peel lends the gin a subtle dryness while the honey and vanilla gives a sweet finish.
On the front of the palate a generous slug of juniper, the mid palate has a fresh citrus character from the lemon, bitter orange and coriander, which then develops into a sweet peppery finish, achieved by the use of liquorice and nutmeg.
Lovingly and painstakingly distilled just one litre at a time, Cambridge Distillery based this gin on the most incredible white truffle from Alba that they could source. This wonderfully decadent delight makes a spectacular digestif.
This gin evokes the flavours of rural England, the taste of fresh plump berries and hints of floral hedgerow conjuring memories of Johnny Neills childhood spent picking blackberries in the fields and lanes around his grandparents farm.
An initial and distinct juniper, coriander and liquorice flavour that gives way to a bright, fresh vibrant taste of Scottish raspberries. A perfectly balanced Gin with a delicate, fruity taste and a lasting citrus, raspberry flavour.
Small batch distilled in London, to The Colonels secret award winning recipe, then hand-steeped with fresh locally sourced raspberries at their Cambridge HQ. Juniper forward and deliciously dry with a hint of red fruit and a surprisingly smooth finish.
A dry juniper core with a gently spiced sweetness. Hints of cinnamon and Cardamom linger throughout while the light, sweet spice of Tonka bean softens the gin. Flavours of subtly dry marmalade and vanilla leave a lasting finish.
To taste, theres a juniper center stage for sure, but the citrus (lemon and orange peel) is vibrant and the peppery finish (from cassia, cinnamon and angelica) adds a distinct bite to proceedings.-Gin Foundry
A luxurious handcrafted gin of exceptional quality with bright vibrant flavours of juniper followed by a herbaceous floral note from the Violet. Perfect for sipping over ice and pairing with cocktails and long drinks.
Wild botanical infusions of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, almond, coriander, cardamom, cloves, liquorice and lemon give this one-of-a-kind gin its distinctive flavour. Voted double gold and best in class at the San Francisco spirits competition 2016.
Distilled with 13 fine botanicals hand sourced from around the world, including Macedonian juniper, English coriander seed and fresh citrus from historical trading routes once served by the famous Salcombe fruit schooners, Salcombe Gin Start Point is exceptionally smooth with layers of complexity.
This exceptional gin is hand-crafted by infusing an elegant blend of 11 exotic botanicals, including grains of paradise, rose petals and lemongrass. The result is a remarkably smooth and fruity gin, with subtle citrus and floral notes. Enjoy on its own with ice or add a splash of tonic and twist of orange.
Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla Distilled Gin is a zesty, fruitful gin, offering a bold and bittersweet taste of the sun-soaked Mediterranean. Seville oranges are distilled with orange blossom and the four botanicals of our classic London Dry gin - piney juniper, peppery coriander, aromatic angelica, and sweet liquorice - for a balanced, fruity flavour.
It is a delicious homage to a fond memory for Johnny Neill; Having moved down to Devon at an early age, Johnny would pick the local Gooseberries, and his mother would create a Gooseberry Fool for the family to enjoy.
Whitley Neills Gooseberry Gin is a delicious, lightly sweetened gooseberry flavoured gin with hints of pear that has its roots in a classic dry gin.
This years expression is a citrus delight, featuring lemon thyme, lemon verbena, and lemon balm giving a suggestion of sherbert zestiness with an extensive finish within multiple citrus driven layers.
The resulting blend of these individual distillates is a balanced, refreshing and expressive gin that's sensational in a Martini or when topped up with your preferred tonic.
Walks with Darcy (the distillery dog) through the meadows surrounding their distillery inspired William and Lucy Lowe to capture the taste of the English seasons.
Using botanicals grown in and around their own home they created a recipe including juniper, fresh basil, rosemary, angelica, lemon verbena, blackcurrant leaf and rose petals, each individually distilled and expertly blended into this outstanding gin.
Bright, herbaceous, beautifully rounded and exquisitely refreshing, this gin captures the quintessential taste of the English seasons.
A desire to create the ultimate gin for juniper lovers took us on a mission to distil a 'Very Junipery Over Proof Gin'. When increasing the flavor profile in a gin (in this case, juniper), it is essential to match it with a rise in ABV. At 57.7% ABV this juniper-forward navy strength gin uses double the amount of juniper berries as their London Dry Gin, and undergoes a three-part juniper-infusion process, including a three day maceration.
A stunning mix of tropical flavours from ripe and bright watermelon and kiwi adds refreshingly subtle hints of summer. All eight generations of the Whitley Neill family tree shared a taste for discovery, and Johnny Neill is no different. Taking us back to the 1980s, a teenaged, white chino and wayfarer wearing Johnny remembers a tropically fabulous trip to Mauritius. Daily breakfast would include tucking into juicy and bright watermelons and kiwis while sitting back with his family and taking in beautiful island life.