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There are some truly great drinks that are made with gin, including the classic G&T, Martini, Ginger Gin Fizz and Ruby Cooler to name but a few. Pop in to try one of our range of fantastic gins, all of which are detailed in the below menu.
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Garnish - Cucumber
Smooth and superbly balanced botanicals. Hendricks Gin is clean & dry without being in way astringent. The complexity of the nose comes through in the taste, citrus and juniper with a subtle, lingering finish of cool, refreshing cucumber and rose.
Garnish – Basil leaf and lime
Berkeley Square is a mellow gin, with subdued notes of juniper and a distinct yet delicious herbal quality. It can count itself as one of the few gins that would be great drunk neat over ice.
Garnish - Lime
Miller’s has full citrus taste, with the juniper notes emerging half way through and a clean soft finish. The 45.2% Westbourne strength has a richer, spicier feel in the mouth due to the more dominant taste of juniper.
Garnish - Gooseberry
The first Premium London Dry Gin to truly - focus on African Botanicals - The fruit of the African Baobab Tree, the "Tree of Life", and Cape Gooseberries
Garnish – Fresh lime
Clear and pungent, with citrus and juniper aromas. Very flavoursome with a tart cut, snappy spice and alcoholic heat on the finish.
Garnish – Pink grapefruit / orange
Described as "sublimely fresh with depth and a complex flavour with a mouth-feel that can only be described as unctuous", Tanqueray No. 10 is highlighted by flavours of grapefruit, orange and lime and mellowed by juniper and camomile.
Garnish – Star anise or apple
Gentle mouthfeel, with initial dry juniper joined by growing sweetness, showing lemon tart & orange marmalade.
Garnish - Fresh lime
Bombay Sapphire has a unique distillation process: There are only four Carterhead stills working in the world today and are distinctive to Bombay Sapphire. The selection and balance of their botanicals is based on a recipe dating from 1761. The selection of botanicals used to create Bombay Sapphire is an extensive process with no expense spared.
Garnish - Orange peel
The Seville Orange Gin is a unique and delicious drink, made with cider apples to create the base spirit, then slowly infuse with a delicate range of carefully selected botanicals including; Herefordshire elderflower, lemon and, of course, juniper berries.
Garnish – Orange peel and lime wedge
Contempory take on a classic London Dry. Hand-picked Devon violet and orange zest delivers an aromatic sensation.
Garnish - Lemon peel
Citadelle Gin is the only gin in the world made with 19 different botanicals, giving the gin a unique, complex, wellbalanced flavour. The secret recipe is known only by the master distiller. In keeping with the traditions of the first European trading captains of the 17th century, only the finest spices are used.
Garnish – Fresh lemon / orange
Infused with six botanicals, this is an aromatic gin with classic notes of juniper alongside sweet orange and hibiscus flowers.
Garnish – Juniper berries
This No.209 gin recipe blends natural botanicals and rare ingredients in small batches to produce an artisanal spirit.
Created with a winemakers passionate attention to detail No.209 gin involves five distillations to extract the most subtle flavours in crafting a truly modern gin.
Garnish – Basil leaf / thyme / olives
Gin Mare is a new super premium gin inspired by botanicals grown in the Mediterranean. These are individually distilled in a custom-made still and then hand blended to produce a gin with a truly unique and distinctive character.
Garnish – Fresh lemon
The 12 natural ingredients of Beefeater 24 are sourced from around the world. Hand-prepared grapefruit and Seville orange peel add a tangy note to the aromatic influence of Japanese and Chinese teas. The ingredients are Japanese Sencha tea, Chinese green Tea, Seville orange peel, grapefruit peel, lemon peel, juniper, coriander seed, liquorice, angelica root, angelica seed, almond and orris root.
Garnish – Fresh lime
The scene takes place in London, under the reign of George II at the beginning of the 18th century, a period known as the Gin Craze, when one in three houses distilled and sold very dubious quality gin. In order to stop the excesses of this situation a tax of 50 pounds (excessive in anyone's eyes) was imposed by means of a legal notice regarding gin, which is known as the Gin Act 1736. After 6 years only two distilleries paid the tax.
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