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Gin - 70cl / 42%
T.E.A. is small batch distilled in copper pots in the heart of the British countryside. They handcraft only 120 bottles at a time, using the finest, local sugar beet which gives the gin a lovely, natural sweetness. Botanicals in this expression include -Earl Grey Tea -Seville Bergamot Oil -Oran…
American Whiskey - 75cl / 50%
E.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch As founding father of the bourbon industry, Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. left an indelible legacy. His dedication to distilling began at the close of the Civil War when he purchased O.F C. Distillery. There, he developed innovative techniques that are still in use …
Gin - 70cl / 43%
A combination of seaweed, scurvy grass and ground ivy to lend the gin a slightly sweet yet refreshingly minerally taste – perfect for mixing into G&Ts on long, hot afternoons or creating summer Seaside Martinis.
Gin - 70cl / 57.2%
The First gin distilled in the centre of Edinburgh, in the Shadow of the Castle, for 150 years. Cannonball Navy Strength Gin is wonderfully spicy, 100% Proof & distilled with Szechuan Pepper.
Gin - 70cl / 41.8%
Released in small batches from Balmenach distillery. It is infused with six traditional and five Celtic botanicals, using pure grain spirit and Scottish water. A crisp and dry, naturally balanced gin. To compliment its taste, serve with a freshly cut slice of red apple. Caorunn, pronounced ‘ka-ro…
Gin - 20cl / 46%
The Botanist Gin comes from the creative minds of Islay's Bruichladdich distillery. It utilises the usual nine botanicals found in gin but also includes a further 22 native Islay botanicals adding a distinctive character to the drink.
Gin - 70cl / 46%
No 3 is the London Dry Gin distilled to a proprietary recipe of Berry Bros. & Rudd, London’s oldest wine and spirit merchant. The name No.3 refers to the address in St James’s Street, London: Berry's home since 1698. No.3 was created to be the last word in gin for a Dry Martini. With juniper a…
Gin - 70cl / 37.5%
Gordon's is one of the world's most popular gins and why shouldn't it be? Gordon Ramsay seems to love it...I'm not going to argue with him.