Spirits & Liqueurs

Spirits & Liqueurs

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  • Gin MG, The Extra Dry London Gin

    GIN MG, created in 1940, has been made using by following the traditional London Dry Gin method that does without using cloying sugars that mask juniper flavours. It is unique as only botanical used in MG Gin is juniper berries picked from the distillery's own trees in the Teruel region. These berries are hand-picked in October and re-selected again in Vilanova before distillation.

    The Giró Ribot family have been making aromatic cordials and dealing in wine since 1835 - being based in the Penedés wine region of Spain. By the early 1900s, they had also become distillers of brandy and whisky. During the Spanish civil war, Manuel Giró Sr was hiding in the local mountains when he noticed an abundance of juniper bushes growing there. So, began the family's connection with gin, and in 1940 it launched the highly successful Gin MG brand which is now one of the best-selling gins in Spain.

    "Ideal for martinis and G&Ts, look for a brisk, bracing aroma that mixes juniper and anise. The palate is smooth, dry and citrusy, with most of the flavour on the cinnamon-accented finish." Wine Enthusiast 91 pts - rated Best Buy

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  • Jawbox Classic Dry Gin Belfast Cut

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    Celebrating The True Character of Belfast… There was a time when the front door was left unlocked. When the kitchen was the scullery. And in the tiny scullery stood the Belfast sink (aka the Jawbox as a lot of craic was heard around it). And it still is with this terrific Gin named after the Belfast Sink.

    Jawbox Gin is Ireland's first single estate Belfast Cut gin. A classic dry gin that is produced at the Echlinville Distillery in Kircubbin, Northern Ireland. Hand crafted under the watchful eye of the Jawbox founder Gerry White. There are a wealth of botanicals used to flavour this superb gin: Coriander seed, orange and lemon peel, angelica root, cassia bark, almond, licquorice and orrris root powder and black mountain heather.

    Try Something different: Gin and Ginger Ale Jawbox are proud of what they have brought to the world, so they ask you to set aside the usual in favour of the unusual and raise a glass with Jawbox Gin and Ginger Ale. Thank you Belfast!

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  • Sir Robin of Locksley Distilled Artisan Gin

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    This small batch, hand raised gin is a smooth and truly delicious affair. A loving blend of botanicals with more elegant infusions of elderflower, dandelion, and pink grapefruit makes for a distinctively unique gin. Arrives beautifully wrapped in bright green paper to add the finishing touch. Learn More
  • Friday Chic Gin

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    Friday Chic gin is produced by Caves da Montanha, a family business with over seven decades of history and extensive experience in the distillation of spirits. Based in the Portuguese wine producing region, Bairrada, which has no doubt influenced the inclusion of vine leaf in the botanicals. Smooth on the palate, the Friday Chic is composed of five botanicals: juniper, cardamom, rose petals, orange blossom and vine leaf. It is floral and fruity with citrus notes of orange blossom and tropical fruit nuances, think passion fruit, mango and papaya. The vine leaf gives Friday an aromatic aftertaste, typical of the Baga grape, which grows in the Bairrada region. It has a final soft and smooth mouth, influenced by rose petals. Particular attention has been given to the design of the bottle which is produced in Spain, painted in Poland and the lid, in black and white wood and silk-screened laser, comes from Italy.
    • Bronze Medal winner at the International Wine and Spirits Competition 2016
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  • The Echlinville Irish Pot Still Gin

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    From the Lecale Peninsula in Northern Ireland comes the country’s first premium single-estate pot still gin. Echlinville Distillery grow the barley used for the base spirit on the estate and it's malted on a farm close by. To give it a unique flavour they've chosen local botanicals, such as gorse bush petals and Strangford Lough seaweed. The result is a gin with the essence of the land and sea.

    If you prefer a gin cocktail then try it with elderflower tonic, a slice of lemon and a sprig of mint, as Echlinville suggest, or just sip it neat. There’s a hint of the homegrown barley on the nose along with fresh floral and citrus notes. While in the mouth the gin has anise and lavender flavours that make way for juniper and coriander notes. Sweetness carries on throughout, with a malt character and creamy mouth-feel seldom found in modern gins.

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  • Forest Gin

    A husband and wife team, along with their daughter Harriet, are the brains behind Forest Gin. It's unique flavour is down to a hand-sourced selection of botanicals including Peak District moss & ferns and a sprinkling of wild flowers, bark and pine.

    Great care has been taken to ensure the gin comes to you in perfect condition, as the bottle made of Staffordshire porcelain, is fully vitrified so it won't absorb any moisture, flavour, odour or stains. You can re-use it for many years and enjoy the artwork by respected Papercut artist Suzy Taylor.

    TWO DOUBLE-GOLD MEDALS: San Francisco World Spirit Awards 2016 Learn More

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