Gin and Jenever

Both gin and jenever are spirits which are flavoured with juniper. In fact, gin, by law, must taste predominantly of juniper. Jenever, on the other hand, is almost whisky-like in character, and that’s because it is distilled from malt wine. It is forerunner to today’s modern gins and is produced in the Netherlands.

Gin And Jenever

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Bathtub Gin
(70cl, 43.30%)
Bathtub Gin is a truly wonderful spirit created by Professor Cornelius Ampleforth. It is made with the ancient method of Cold Compounding, and this involves macerating a botanical mix (including...  More info
Produced in the 1960s, this is an old and rare bottle of Gold Hat Dry Gin from France. This would make for a fantastic way to investigate European gin from over 40 years ago.  More info
This is a collectible bottle of gin from the 1970s, produced in London for the international market. It has been looked after very well for over 30 years and would make an excellent addition to an...  More info
Landy Dry Gin - 1950s
(74cl, 45%)
This is a 1950s bottling of Landy Dry Gin, which was produced in Italy. A hard to find antique from over 50 years ago.  More info
An antique bottle of London Dry Gin, produced between 1949 and 1959. It was named after Queen Elizabeth I.

Please note that the label does not state the volume or ABV of this product and that it...  More info
A 1970s bottling of Calvert Gin, a brand which is now owned by Jim Beam. This American gin is a collectible antique from over 30 years ago.  More info
Compton Original London Dry Gin, produced in the late 1970s or early 1980s. We believe that it was named after the Compton & Chandler's Ford Cricket Club.  More info
A 1970s bottle of Horse Guard London Dry Gin, an old brand named after the Horse Guard regiment of the British Army.  More info
A dry gin from Isolabella, whom were also very well renowned for their Sambuca. This bottle was produced in the 1960s.  More info
A bottle of Greenall's London Dry Gin which dates back to the late 1970s or early 1980s. G&J Greenall continue to produce this style of gin even today, and have done since 1761.  More info
A 40 year old bottle of Old Gentry London Dry Gin, produced by Hill Thomson & Co. in the 1960s. The company also made blended Scotch whisky around this time, including the Queen Anne blend.  More info
This is an Elderflower Gin from Knockeen Hills. It is a London 'Cut' Gin, meaning that the botanicals were cut and distilled in London. They also use the Irish Whey Spirit as a base for the drink...  More info
Monkey 47 Dry Gin
(50cl, 47%)
Monkey 47 is a tasty dry gin produced in Germany's Black Forest. It is made with cranberries as well as 46 other botanicals, and it was awarded a Best in Class at the International Wine and Spirits...  More info
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This is a souped-up version of Professor Cornelius Ampleforth's Bathtub Gin. This edition is bottled at Navy Strength (57% abv) and the botanicals are crushed prior to being infused in the spirit to...  More info
Old Tom Gin
(50cl, 42.40%)
Old Tom Gin is a sweeter style of gin which helped give the Tom Collins cocktail its name. Professor Cornelius Ampleforth decided to create this Old Tom Gin so the Handmade Cocktail Company could use...  More info
Bruichladdich's very popular Islay gin, The Botanist, has received a stylish new bottle, but the extraordinarily varied selection of botanicals that makes it so brilliantly delicious and complex...  More info
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The only gin served at the world's best restaurant (Restaurant Magazine), Noma in Copenhagen.

Spirit of Hven's Organic Gin is hand crafted on a Swedish island. Pot distillation is used to create...  More info
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Cream Gin
(70cl, 43.80%)
The core ingredient of the top London bar The Worship Street Whistling Shop's signature cocktail, The Black Cat Martini, is this Cream Gin.

This Cream Gin has been cold-distilled using fresh cream...  More info
Harrington Dry Gin is distilled by Warner Edwards on the Falls Farm in Northamptonshire. It is made with barley spirit and is flavoured with eleven ingredients including elderflower and coriander.  More info
Sloe Gin - 2014
(50cl, 33.80%)
From the laboratory of Professor Cornelius Ampleforth comes the 2014 edition of his always popular Sloe Gin. As ever, almost half a pound of Sloe Berries are used to make every bottle. The good...  More info
No. 209 Gin
(70cl, 46%)
A wonderful gin produced in San Francisco, Number 209 is named for its distillery, which was the 209th distillery registered in the USA. The spirit itself is distilled five times and it makes an...  More info
Seven Dials is a crossroads in the St Giles Parish of London with seven roads leading off it. This gin was created by the London Gin Club using seven botanicals including: juniper, coriander...  More info
A new gin from the madcap Professor Cornelius Ampleforth, cask-aged and presented at punchy Navy-Strength. Sensational in cocktails.  More info
The Times London Dry Gin
(70cl, 46.50%)
Our very own London Dry Gin, made using a combination of copper pot still and small-batch, cold-vacuum distillation.

The base spirit for The Times of London Dry Gin is distilled in a Victorian-era...  More info
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RRP £34.95
The London Distillery Company was founded in 2011 and their distillery has been built in a creative space in Battersea, in what was originally a Victorian dairy warehouse. It is also the first whisky...  More info
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