Brokers London Dry Gin
Our fabulous house gin, Broker’s is a seriously good gin with a quirky marketing approach. A quadruple-distilled pure grain spirit made from English wheat is re-distilled with ten traditional botanical’s, creating a gin of outstanding flavour and smoothness.
Ed’s Tip: A super flexible gin – serve with Indian tonic and almost any garnish. I like to go bold with some coriander but lemon, lime or orange are all good.
Langley’s Old Tom Gin
A quintessentially English Gin made in small batches. slightly sweeter in flavour, it’s a classic recipe popular in the 18th and 19th centuries redeveloped for the modern era. Strong in flavour, this gin packs a punch.
Ed’s Tip: Go big, go bold: take this one neat, over ice with no garnish. Let the gin do the talking.
Whitley Neil – Rhubarb & Ginger Gin
A hand crafted gin of exceptional quality inspired by the glory of the English country garden. The essence of Rhubarb adds a tart, crisp edge whilst the real ginger extract warms the palette.
Ed’s Tip: Serve with a great Mediterranean or Indian tonic alongside either sliced ginger or a sprig of rosemary.
Jensen’s Old Tom
Brilliant Old Tom gin from Christian Jensen. This was made to a recipe found in a distillers notebook from the 1840s, and is naturally sweetened with larger quantities of botanicals than the original Jensen’s London Gin.
Ed’s Tip: Use a classic Indian tonic water and garnish with a little fresh rosemary.
Boe Violet Gin
A vibrant variation on the Boe Superior Gin recipe. The additional infusion of violets creates a stylish gin with a light, delicate taste and beautiful colour and aroma. Goes well in a classic G&T or adds a twist to your favourite gin cocktail.
Ed’s Tip: Compliment the colour as much as the flavour with a garnish of blueberry or blackberry with tonic.
Roku Japanese Gin
Six traditional botanicals are added to create the authentic gin taste like juniper berries, coriander, angelica seed and root, cinnamon, cardamom, bitter orange and lemon peel.
Ed’s Tip: This fab gin needs a fab tonic and a garnish of ginger, lime or orange. Or, if available, cherry works a treat.
Jawbox Small Batch Belfast Cut Dry Gin
On the nose, Jawbox is an impressive experience of bold juniper and pine, balanced with a gentle touch of sweet coriander and clean citrus. More complex on the palate, citrus and juniper develop into peppery, earthy Angelica root, finishing with citrus and lingering juniper and pine.
Ed’s Tip: Serve with Ginger Ale (invented in Belfast) and garnish with a squeeze and a wedge of zesty lime.
Fresha Strawberry Gin
Soft, fruity triple-distilled premium Spanish gin using 7 different botanicals including orange peel from Seville, lemon peel from Cadiz, vanilla from southern Spain, star anise and strawberries from Huelva.
Ed’s Tip: Simply serve with good tonic and a slice of fresh strawberry.
Nordes Atlantic Galician Gin
A rather intriguing Spanish gin made with an Albariño-grape-based spirit, rather than your more commonly seen grain-based spirit, along with 12 botanicals including lemon peels, hibiscus, liquorice and eucalyptus.
Ed’s Tip: The worlds your oyster with this one – once tonic’d (elderflower or Indian) garnish with a fruit like Apple or grape or herb it up with sage or mint.
Scapegrace Small Batch NZ Gin
A small batch artisan dry gin from New Zealand’s Rogue Society Distilling Co. Boasting 12 botanicals it is distilled in a 19th century whiskey still found in an abandoned shed.
Ed’s tip: Hit this beauty with tonic and a garnish of orange (preferably blood orange).
Distilled with olives, thyme, rosemary and basil. Made in a custom still by blending individual distillations of arbequina olives, thyme, rosemary, basil, cardamom, coriander, ginger berries and citrus fruits. Soaked in advance for more than a year in special large clay jars.
Ed’s Tip: Indian or Mediterranean tonic then any one of a number of garnishes – basil, rosemary, thyme and olive all work a treat or go left field with a slice of mango.
Sharish Blue Magic Gin
Produced in Alentejo, Portugal this superb gin is made from 100% Portuguese fruit. Its unique colour is attained from a flower call Clitoria Ternatea, or blue pea. When tonic or a citric based mixer is added the blue colour turns to a soft pink.
Ed’s Tip: Ideally serve with a Mediterranean tonic and raspberry or strawberry.