Hendrick's distills in miniscule batches of 450 litres, which gives their master distiller the greatest possible control of her careful artistry. Hendrick's wondrous botanical signature consists of flowers, roots, fruits and seeds from the world over. No other gin tastes like Hendrick's because no other gin is made like Hendrick's.
Plymouth Original Strength is a unique, protected style of gin originating from the the oldest working distillery in England. The gin itself has a great depth of flavour with deep earthy notes and a wonderfully fresh juniper and lemony bite. It has a slight sweetness with extraordinary concentration and complexity. No single botanical dominates the overall flavour. The finish is long and dry.
Dingle Original Gin is made in small batches of 500 litres. The secret combination of flavour elements are macerated in spirit for 24 hours. Then, when the spirit is distilled, it passes through a flavour basket in the neck of the still. This underlines the attention to detail that is an essential part of our whole approach to the art of distillation.
G'Vine Nouaison is batch distilled using a neutral grape spirit and fresh whole-fruit botanicals in France's Cognac region. Using grape as a base, just as the very first historical juniper spirits in France, Belgium and Holland back in the 13th century were crafted, the distillers have achieved a silky taste to this gin.
Gordon's Gin is carefully distilled using a secret recipe that has been guarded for over 250 years. This distinctively refreshing taste comes from the finest handpicked juniper berries and a selection of other botanicals.
Martin Miller's Gin is distilled outside London using over eight botanicals and aromatics. The spirit is shipped to Iceland where it is then blended with glacial lava filtered waters, said to be the purest in the world and finally mixed with one final secret ingredient. The result is a distinctive clean smooth gin with a great citrus fragrance.
Botanic Gin is a unique premium gin distilled in the United Kingdom in stills more than 100 years old. Its finishing touch is provided in the Bodegas of William & Humbert in Jerez, Spain. The secret of this London Dry Gin lies in the purity of the alcohol and the adding of botanical's originating in Spain, including Buddha's Hand. Buddha's hand originates from North-East India or China, it is a variety of citrus fruit.
For some it is the ultimate gin, with a rich but very balanced taste that takes a Martini or a Gin and Tonic to a new level. Perfect for the demands of today's more adventurous spirit drinkers and mixologists. The 57% ABV amplifies the aroma and fragrance of the botanicals, yet retains the smooth and balanced character Plymouth Gin is renowned for.
Earthy root botanicals, subtle florals and vivid raspberry notes come together to create a new breed of Gin. The sharp sweetness of Juniper and angelica root meet citrus sharpness of corriander, all lightly graced by floral notes of rosemary and Slieve Bloom mountain water.
Tanqueray is a London Dry Gin with a dry and crisp taste. Whilst the recipe is a fiercely guarded secret, it is thought to contain as little as four botanicals. Bottled at 47.3% ABV, it's very dry and has strong juniper notes with a hint of spice.
Small batches, a decade of ageing and fresh fruit, including grapefruit, orange, lime and chamomile, sets this gin apart from its competitors and give it it's unique flavour. A sumptous gin that, as of 2013, holds the accolade of being the only Gin in the Spirits Hall of Fame.
It takes just one day to give Beefeater 24 its unique character. For 24 hours the gin's exotic botanicals, which include rare Japanese Sencha tea and aromatic Chinese Green tea, are gently seemed together. The flavour-enriched spirit is then slowly distilled in traditional pot stills to create a distinctive gin that is rich, scented and sensuously smooth.
The classic Bombay recipe with a twist. Using the same botanicals as the original gin but with the addition of Thai lemongrass and Vietnamese peppercorns. These add fragrant spiciness, earthiness and a sweet citrus edge to the gin.
The 19 botanicals are infused for 72 hours; three days in which the Citadelle body is shaped and takes all its aromatic notes. For 12 hours, Citadelle is distilled in a copper pot still with a naked flame. On the palate, juniper gives way to a voluptuous complexity redolent of fresh flowers, leading into an elegant, round and highly refined finish.