Berry Bros. & Rudd London Dry Gin
Our wonderful house gin. In the 1950’s there used to be a gin called “Berry’s Best” but this went out of production and you haven’t been able to buy it since 2014. Fortunately from a sample taken from the one remaining bottle Thames Distillery has been able to reproduce this gin. Among its botanicals is winter savory which is thought to give this smooth, slightly sweet and floral gin its unique taste.
Tuppenny Tip: Keep it simple, keep it classic. A bone dry tonic and slice of lime.
Rose D’Argent Strawberry Gin
A delicious blend of 9 ingredients: Juniper berries, Coriander Seeds, ginger, lemon and orange zest, lavender, angelica root, fennel seeds and star anise with an addition of natural strawberry flavour.
Tuppenny Tip: A sprig of mint and tonic are perfect buddies to this.
Aber Falls Welsh Dry Gin
Made using Welsh water from the mountains around Aber Falls with a burst of fresh citrus flavour, finely balanced with notes of juniper, liquorice, angelica and coriander seeds.
Tuppenny Tip: Perfect with tonic, a lime wedge and lemon peel
TOAD Oxford Dy Gin
A classic Juniper-forward gin with layers of bright citrus and aromatic botanicals by the only distillery in the world using heritage grain from organic farms within a 50 mile radius.
Tuppenny Tip: Delicious with a light tonic and lemon peel
Zing 72 Botanical Gin
Handcrafted in Provence in the South of France. They use winter wheat, fresh local herbs, spices and botanicals to create an aromatic gin full of character and flavour. Distilled in antique-like small copper alembics, the unique bottle design takes its inspiration from these copper stills. The name reflects the maceration of the botanics which last 72 hours.
Tuppenny Tip: Serve with Mediterranean tonic
Tiny Rebel Clwb
Fun and sunshine. Enough for everyone – the perfect description for a bottle of Clwb Tropicana gin. An manful attempt to translate the massive tropical flavours of their impossibly fruity IPA into gin form. It’s pure, unadulterated summertime in liquid form. It’s perfect.
Tuppenny Tip: In an ideal world, best with a light tonic and a tropical fruit garnish (Think mango / pineapple / pomegrante / passionfruit)
Tiny Rebel Cwtch
Inspired by their most famous beer, Cwtch is deliciously refreshing and citrussy. These are often qualities sought for in a gin, so it made total sense for them to recreate these when they started distilling.
Heaps of citrus peel delivers that signature note, and it’s smooth and cool just like a good gin should be. It’s one to make you super cosy and chilled for the rest of the day, so give yourself a Cwtch.
Tuppenny Tip: Splash tonic generously then garnish with mint or lemon.
Remember that holiday on the Italian Riviera? Would you love to be transported back there? That’s exactly what O’ndina Gin does. Soon you’ll be back in Portofino, Positano, Forte dei Marmi, maybe riding your Vespa along the Cinque Terre, or relaxing on the Amalfi Coast clinking glass with the likes of Sophia Lauren, Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn, Liz Taylor and Richard Burton, or waxing lyrical with Byron, Shelley and Hemingway.
Tuppenny Tip: Mediterranean Tonic and a Basil leaf, what else. Also ace in a Negroni.
Edinburgh Seaside Gin
Inspired by the East Coast shoreline near Edinburgh, Seaside Gin is a small-batch gin which harnesses the magic of the seaside to evoke a day at the beach. Distilled in collaboration with Heriot-Watt University’s Brewing & Distilling MSC. It’s shoreline botanicals include ground ivy, bladderwrack and scurvygrass to contribute to a spirit with distinctive minerality.
Tuppenny Tip: Elderflower Tonic and Grapefruit. Or even better – ask for this gin in a Martini.
Elephant London Dry Gin
An award-winning handcrafted premium gin made with rare African botanicals.
Tuppenny Tip: Elderflower or Indian Tonic and a sliver of Apple or Ginger.
Bristol Distilling Co. Gin 77 London Dry Gin
A gin for the bold, the fearless, the triumphant. For the dooers, the seekers, the strivers. It’s both serious yet irreverent, assertive yet balanced, spicy yet refreshing. It’s like nothing else before it and yet strangely familiar.
Tuppenny Tip: Keep it classic with Indian Tonic and Lime
JJ Whitley Elderflower Dry Gin
This gin revolves around the classic fragrance of the elderflower, along with a selection of rural British flavours and a helping of cinnamon, too.
Tuppenny Tip: In an ideal world, a splash of basil tonic and a piece of lemon.
Peaky Blinder Dry Spiced Gin
In the Black Country the Sadler family have been purveyors of the finest beers and spirits since 1900. Over a century’s worth of knowledge and passion has led the family to create this bold, small batch, handrafted spiced gin, blended with exotic spices and botanicals
Tuppenny Tip: The spicing in this gin needs a plain tonic to allow it to shine, but matched well with a slice of grapefruit.
Langleys 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.
Tuppenny 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.
Tuppenny Tip: Serve with a great Mediterranean or Indian tonic alongside either sliced ginger or a sprig of rosemary.
Edgerton Original Pink Gin
Martin Edgerton Gill, who pioneered herbal teas in the 80’s, has used his considerable knowledge of herbs and spices to create a totally new and contemporary pink gin. Quite apart from the enticing rosiness it is a delightful and complex gin blended with no less than fifteen exotic ingredients including pomegranate.
Tuppenny Tip: a nice fresh strawberry paired with an Indian tonic water are the perfect pair to match with this pink lovely.
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.
Tuppeny Tip: Compliment the colour as much as the flavour with a garnish of blueberry or blackberry with tonic.
Twisted Nose Watercress Dry Gin
Distilled at the Winchester Distillery this small batch gin combines ten botanicals including local watercress to create a spirit that is intense, fragrant and refreshing. The Romans knew watercress as Nasturtium, meaning “Twisted Nose”.
Tuppenny Tip: Elderflower or Indian Tonic with a cirtus fruit like lemon, lime or orange or some grapefruit.
Jawbox 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.
Tuppenny Tip: Serve with Ginger Ale (invented in Belfast) and garnish with a squeeze and a wedge of zesty lime.
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.
Tuppenny 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.
Tuppenny Tip: Ideally serve with a Mediterranean tonic and raspberry or strawberry.