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  1. Master's Selection Gin Miniature 5cl

    Please note this is a miniature bottle - 5cl

    Master’s Selection is the result of tri-distillation of grain alcohol in the presence of fruit from various exotic aromatic plants. It was created in 1982 as a revolutionary gin on the market. The liquid has always been distilled using the best methods and the best botanical ingredients. The family-owned distillery is incredibly proud of their creation and keep their family symbol, the lion, on the striking blue bottle.

    Master’s Selection London Dry Gin uses the necessary Spanish estate-grown juniper and adds other botanicals like Spanish coriander and Guatemalan cardamom. Also three different types of Spanish citrus: sweet oranges from Valencia, bitter oranges and lemons from Seville. Left to soak over 12 months, it makes for a delightfully fruity gin – the citrus trio makes it a very unique profile among gins.

    Botanicals: Juniper, coriander, orange peel, lemon peel, cardamom 

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    £3.50
  2. Gin MG, The Extra Dry London Gin

    GIN MG, created in 1940, has been made by following the traditional London Dry Gin method that does without using cloying sugars that mask juniper flavours. It's unique as the 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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  3. Feckin Irish Gin
    Rating:
    100% of 100

    The latest addition to the FECKiN range and long awaited by fans of this unique brand. FECKiN Gin is a gin with citrus and herbaceous notes from the nose through to the finish. Delicate candied lemon aromas begin the journey with juniper undertones and lemon sherbet. There’s an initial bitterness on the tongue as your taste buds switch from lemon and coriander and back again. The flavour develops to a delicate finish with tones of lemon butter cream. Botanicals: Juniper, Coriander, Lemons, Angelica Root and Cassia Bark.

    Perfect serve: With Fever Tree tonic water and a slice of lemon: transforming it into a sweet nettle tea.

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    £29.50
  4. Master's London Dry Gin

    Master’s Selection is the result of tri-distillation of grain alcohol in the presence of fruit from various exotic aromatic plants. It was created in 1982 as a revolutionary gin on the market. The liquid has always been distilled using the best methods and the best botanical ingredients. The family-owned distillery is incredibly proud of their creation and keep their family symbol, the lion, on the striking blue bottle.

    Master’s Selection London Dry Gin uses the necessary Spanish estate-grown juniper and adds other botanicals like Spanish coriander and Guatemalan cardamom. Also three different types of Spanish citrus: sweet oranges from Valencia, bitter oranges and lemons from Seville. Left to soak over 12 months, it makes for a delightfully fruity gin – the citrus trio makes it a very unique profile among gins.

    Botanicals: Juniper, coriander, orange peel, lemon peel, cardamom 

    To find out more about Master's Gin click here. Learn More
    £29.95
  5. C'est Nous, Gin Francais
    Premium French Gin from Normandy distilled in a copper pot still, crafted using French Wheat Alcohol and 8 botanicals, C'est Nous Gin is aromatic and fresh, perfect for a G&T, cocktails or drinking neat. Learn More
    £35.00
  6. Master's London Dry Gin Glass Gift Pack

    Enjoy this premium Spanish gin in a specially designed balloon glass, just add a segment of orange!

    Master’s Selection London Dry Gin uses the necessary Spanish estate-grown juniper but adds some other botanicals as well, like Spanish coriander and Guatemalan cardamom. They don’t stop there but also add three different types of Spanish citrus: sweet oranges from Valencia, bitter oranges from Seville, and lemons from Seville as well. Left to soak over 12 months, it makes for a delightfully fruity gin – the citrus trio makes it a very unique profile among gins.

    Inside the presentation box: 1x Master's Selection Gin (70cl) and 1x Balloon Glass.

    To find out more about Master's Gin click here. Learn More
    £35.00
  7. Bacur Bottega Distilled Gin
    Crafted by the iconic and historic Italian distiller Bottega, Bacur Gin is based on a recipe of botanicals including juniper, myrtle, sage and lemon zest, locally sourced from the surrounding Veneto region at the foot of the Alps. Focused and expressive on the nose, perfumed notes of citrus, herbs and spice feature prominently, along with plenty of juniper. Dry and generous in style, the palate has a distinctly expressive Italian character and lends itself to being highly versatile in a range of cocktails. Strikingly presented in an eye-catching metallic copper bottle, it offers something deliciously different for gin drinkers. Learn More
    £38.00
  8. Pink Gin, English Drinks Company

    Distilled in exactly the same way as The English Drinks Co. award-winning Cucumber Gin, Pink Gin follows their ideals of only producing products that look and taste excellent. Like the Cucumber Gin, the finish is very smooth and rounded but uses Cinchona Bark for the slightly aromatic taste and pomegranate for its delicate shade. The result is a stunning gin that is very smooth on the palate.

    It also has a personal connection to the owner of the English Drinks Co. as pink gin is thought to have been made fashionable by the Royal Navy back in the 1800’s, with the addition of Angostura bitters as an aid to sea sickness. His father was a naval officer so it was fitting to resurrect such an old tradition but with a modern twist.

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    £38.00
  9. Cucumber Gin, English Drinks Company

     

    This aromatic premium gin is the essence of an English summer. The contemporary twist of cucumber combined with a delicate juniper base are all you need for the quintessential summer drink with a difference. The cucumber’s sweetness subtly compliments the vibrant botanical ingredients resulting in a delicate and unique taste experience.

    Cucumber Gin is happy to be mingled with coriander sprigs and mint, take the lead role in a gin & tonic or simply to be enjoyed over ice.

    Silver Award: International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) 2016

    Please note: Glass, cucumber, ice and slate not included.

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    £38.00
  10. Friday Chic Gin
    Rating:
    80% of 100
    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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    £38.00
  11. Master's London Dry Gin 1 Litre

    Master’s Selection is the result of tri-distillation of grain alcohol in the presence of fruit from various exotic aromatic plants. It was created in 1982 as a revolutionary gin on the market. The liquid has always been distilled using the best methods and the best botanical ingredients. The family-owned distillery is incredibly proud of their creation and keep their family symbol, the lion, on the striking blue bottle.

    Master’s Selection London Dry Gin uses the necessary Spanish estate-grown juniper but adds some other botanicals as well, like Spanish coriander and Guatemalan cardamom. They don’t stop there but also add three different types of Spanish citrus: sweet oranges from Valencia, bitter oranges from Seville, and lemons from Seville as well. Left to soak over 12 months, it makes for a delightfully fruity gin – the citrus trio makes it a very unique profile among gins.

    Botanicals: Juniper, coriander, orange peel, lemon peel, cardamom 

    To find out more about Master's Gin click here. Learn More
    £39.95
  12. Friday Chic Gin Kiss, Limited Edition

    Enjoy this limited edition Friday Chic gin covered with lipstick kisses!. 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.

    Bronze Medal winner at the International Wine and Spirits Competition 2016

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    £39.95
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