Gin

All served in 25ml measures and we suggest the following Tonic Waters to enhance your Gin Experience
From Fever Tree we serve premium, naturally light and Mediterranean tonics.
£2.20
From Franklin & Sons we serve natural Indian, light and Sicilian lemon tonics.
£2.00

Aviation

42%
A batch distilled Gin from America, Aviation Gin offers a Dutch style and it was distilled from rye and flavoured with juniper, lavender, anise, sarsaparilla, orange peel and cardamom.
£4.50

Bathtub

43.3%
An extraordinary award-winning Gin, produced by the enigmatic Professor Cornelius Ampleforth. Made using the traditional method of Cold Compounding (or in layman's terms - infusing). Very high quality copper pot-still spirit is infused with ingredients including juniper, orange peel, coriander, cinnamon, cloves and cardamom.
£4.50

Blackwood Vintage

40%
Blackwood's 2012 vintage Gin is made in the Shetlands using handpicked Shetland botanicals including Juniper, angelica, marsh marigold, coriander, meadow sweet and sea pink.
£3.50

Bloom

40%
Bloom Gin is a superb London Dry Gin produced by Greenall's and named "Bloom" in reference to the floral nature of its Botanicals: Honeysuckle, pomelo and chamomile. In 2010 it was awarded a Platinum Medal at the World Spirits Competition.
£3.50

Bombay Sapphire

40%
One of the best known and most delicately perfumed Gins in the world, Bombay Sapphire makes an excellent Martini, and is great as a base for a Gin and Tonic.
£3.25

Brokers

40%
A fine and tasty Gin which has been lauded by critics. Broker's is made with herbs, spices and fruits imported from three Continents and blended to be extra dry - yes, that's right people, this is Martini heaven..
£3.00

Bull Dog

40%
A delicious English Gin made with poppy, dragon eye, lotus leaves, citrus, almond, lavender and various other botanicals (12 in total). This is four times distilled in copper pot stills, and Bulldog has the highest rating ever recieved by a Gin from Wine Enthusiast Magazine. It was also voted a Top 50 spirit!
£3.00

Colonel Fox

40%
This is a very interesting London Dry Gin which is made to a recipe discovered by a Lieutenant Colonel Fox in 1859. The Colonel was a celebrated war hero, and today his name lives on in the form of this fabulous Gin, flavoured with juniper, coriander, angelica, cassia, liquorice and bitter orange peel.
£3.25

Edgerton Original Pink Gin

43%
The vibrant pink hue and crisp, citrus-forward flavor profile is a hallmark of Edgerton. Made in London using 15 botanicals, including classics like sweet orange peel, angelica and coriander, as well as intriguing grains of paradis and damiana.
£3.50

Edgerton Blue Spiced Gin

43%
What do you create if you already have a successful Pink Gin? Why a Blue Gin of course! A more earthy offering with coriander notes, Edgerton Blue Spice Gin is said to be more masculine in character.
£3.50

Gordon's

37.5%
An absoloute classic dry Gin, Gordon's is one of the best-selling spirits in the world, and was first created in 1769, and the recipie hasn't changed since! This is a triple-distilled Gin flavoured with juniper berries, coriander, angelica, and one other botanical. The actual recipe is only known to a dozen people!
£2.85

Hendricks

41.4%
Quirky producer Hendricks make their pot-still distilled Gin using cucumber as one of the primary botanicals. This makes for a unique, tasty and incredibly refreshing Gin.
£3.25

Opihr Oriental Spiced Gin

40%
A London Dry Gin made with botanicals from along the traditional spice route that led back to the UK. Indonesian cubeb berries, Indian black pepper and Moroccan coriander are all used in this Gin.
£3.50

Plymouth

41.2%
Plymouth Gin can only be made in Plymouth. This is a pot still Gin, voted the Best Gin in BBC Good Food Magazine. A blend of 7 botanicals and the crystal clear waters of Dartmoor, slightly sweet aroma of Juniper.
£3.50

Monkey 47

47%
An unusual Gin from the Black Forest in Germany, Monkey 47 contains a unique ingredient. No, not that! Cranberries! The 47 comes from the number of botanicals at go into this unique Gin, and the fact it's bottled at a healthy 47%. In 2011 Monkey 47 won the World Spirits Award Gold in the Gin category and Gold for best in class for the Gin Worldwide at the International Wine and Spirits Competition London. Not bad!
£4.00

Portobello Road No.171

42%
This Gin was released by the award-winning Notting Hill bar, Portobello Star, home of the Ginsitute. This is a place where one can learn an awful lot about Gin, so you would expect Portobello Road No. 171 to be rather good, and indeed it is. It's an old-style London Dry Gin, containing traditional Botanicals and spices, that harks back to the Gins of yesteryear.
£3.50

Sipsmith

41.6%
Sipsmith London Dry Gin is distilled with 10 botanicals carefully selected for an even drier balance than a classic London Dry Gin. Super-small-batch artisanal Gin is flavoured with restraint, making it easier for the natural quality of the spirit to shine through.
£3.50

6 O' clock

43%
6 O' clock Gin is made by Bramley and Gage - top English liquer producers, and the Gin itself is made with just 7 botanicals including elderflowers and citrus peel.
£3.50

Tanqueray

43%
Tanqueray Export Strength boasts a phenomenally fruity, spicy palate with big zesty, citrusry top notes which make this Gin the perfect all-rounder.
£3.25

Tarquins Handcrafted Cornish Gin

42%
An exotic, world spanning botanical basket makes Tarquin's Gin. Orris root from Morocco, green cardamom seeds from Guatemale, cinnamon from Madagascar and Devon violets from.. Well, from the distiller's garden in Cornwall. They produce small batches of their artisan Tarquin's Gin using their flame-fired copper pot still called Tamara, goddess of the Tamar. It's then bottled by hand and sent off into the world, to spread the news that Cornwall is producing some fabulous Gin.
£4.00

West Winds "The Sabre"

40%
The Sabre comes from The West Winds Gin range in Australia, envisioned by Jason Chan, Paul White, Jeremy Spencer and James Clark. For Sabre, they use a selection of classic botanicals including juniper, citrus and coriander seed, as well as toasted Australian wattle seed, which brings a wonderful creaminess to the table.
£4.25

Whitley Neill Handcrafted Dry Gin

43%
Whitley Neill bottled at 43% abv (previously 42%). A London Dry Gin made with African botanicals including extracts from the Baobab Tree (known as the Tree of Life) and Physalis fruit. It's made in a one-hundred-year-old copper pot still! Very spicy and rich. Juniper upfront, with hints of perfumed, coriander leaves and citrus.
£3.50

Brecon Botanicals Special Edition Welsh Gin

43%
Brecon Botanicals Gin is a tasty Welsh Gin made at the Penderyn distillery. It is based on pure grain spirit and special selections of botanicals. The illustrations were specially engraved and re-produced for this special edition. Very interesting stuff. Herbal palate, with earthy juniper and Eastern spices. A touch of bergamot, clove oil and cinnamon.
£3.95

Brecon Welsh Gin

40%
A Welsh Gin made at the famous whisky distillery, Penderyn. This is flavoured with Juniper from Macedonia, orange peel from Spain, Chinese cassia bark, Sri Lankan liquorice, Madagascan cinnamon, French angelica root, Russian coriander, Indian nutmeg, Spanish lemon peel and Italian orris root. Very tasty indeed.
£3.50

King of Soho

42%
King of Soho is made in the heart of London by Howard Raymond, son of Paul Raymond, the property tycoon who helped revolutionise Soho and make it the wonderful centre for culture it is today. The Gin is made with 12 botanicals which give it a full-bodied and fresh flavour profile.
£4.00

Silent Pool

43%
Silent Pool Gin is produced on the Albury Estate in the Surrey Hills, right next to the Silent Pool, a beautiful, mysterious spring-fed lake - what a place to create a Gin! The Gin itself features 24 botanicals, including kaffir lime, chamomile, local honey and lavender, among others, resulting in a subtly sweet through intricately-balanced tipple.
£4.50