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  • 47,60

    A terrific gem of a gin from the Cambridge Distillery, made with Macedonian juniper and a selection of botanical capturing the essence of all four seasons. Cambridge Dry Gin features blackcurrant leaf, lemon verbena, angelica seed, rose petals, violet petals and basil and rosemary from the distillery gardens.

  • 69,99

    Japanese Gin! Well, sort of. It’s made in Cambridge, so it’s technically English. However, it’s a Japanese Gin at heart as it’s made using traditional Japanese ingredients, including Shiso (a type of herb used for seasoning and as a plate for wasabi), Sansho (a spice with earthy qualities) and Yuzu (which has a similar flavor profile to lemon zest). It also features cucumber and sesame seeds, both frequently used in Japanese cooking, as well as the vital juniper berry. The result is a unique, elegant gin with some rather exciting heated notes appearing mid-palate.

  • 36,95

    Elephant London Dry Gin is a handcrafted premium gin of 45% ABV that captures the spirit of Africa. Its innovative blend of 14 botanicals combines rare African ingredients with fresh apples that make Elephant Gin distinct from any other. Each bottle is custom-made and embossed with a crest in the shape of the typical tribal shield.

  • 45,00

    Elephant Sloe Gin combines the premium London Dry Gin with the classic flavour of wild fresh sloe berries. The fruit is harvested by hand and carefully selected; keeping only the best berries for the sloe gin production. Elephant Sloe Gin is strictly limited to one vintage a year. Macerated in the gin for several months, these wild berries provide their typical flavour and warm red colour to the spirit.

    Compared to other sloe gins, it has a relatively low sugar content paired with a higher alcohol volume of 35% ABV. This makes it ideally suited to mixing in cocktails as well as enjoying it neat.

    A richly rounded, lightly sweet and exquisitely fruity bouquet as well as a typical warm red colour to the spirit. The deliberately discreet addition of sugar triggers a perfect balance between tart and sweet notes; without the need for additional artificial flavours.

  • Elephant Strength Gin is our take on a so-called “navy strength,” whose origin comes from the Royal English Navy and putting a gin to test by lighting it with gunpowder. If the gin had at least 57% ABV, then it surely survived the test and was proclaimed of navy strength.

    Elephant Strength is based on the award-winning Elephant London Dry Gin and with its 57% ABV, it is stronger and richer than the original. The Strength encompasses twice the quantity of botanicals and a focus on the extraordinary African buchu, sweet orange peel and herbaceous mountain pine. It is a gentle giant!

    Taste and Aromas
    The gin is powerful (think elephant-powerful), intense and full-bodied, with a fresh aroma and a higher viscosity than the original; superb in cocktails, it’s equally perfect for recreating the African bush Sundowner experience and for bold adventures across urban plains.

  • 46,95

    This unique, ultra-premium French Gin has established a new standard in the super premium spirits category. Its proprietors, Jean Sibastien Robicquet and Bruno de Reilhac, are lead oenologists and master distillers of EuroWineGate in the French region of Cognac. The two men broke away from traditional Juniper-based London dry and combined style and complexity to create a new type of contemporary gin which is creating new standards.  They have achieved this through the introduction of the rare green grape flower as the base of the G’Vine using ancestral grape distillation techniques and infusion practices.

  • A rather special expression from Martin Miller’s, 26 Moons has been aged in Iceland in a single Madeira cask for 26 months. A collector’s item, as only 500 bottles are available in the market. Hints of cucumber freshness, juniper and underripe berries alongside floral notes, dried hay and woody lemongrass, with a spiced and long dry finish.

  • The gin in 9 Moons comes from new French oak barrels. They have been filled with high strength Martin Miller’s Gin then aged for nine moon cycles, or circa nine months, in our barrel store in Borgarnes, Iceland. Then through a Solera Vat process of ageing and blending two different batches together, promises excellent consistency, whilst maintaining the complex and distinctive flavour profile.

  • 34,90

    Martin Miller’s Gin is distilled in England in a pot still using two separate distillations which imparts a unique balance of citrus and juniper. It is blended to a bottling strength of 40% ABV with Icelandic Spring water, it is this water which gives Martin Miller’s Gin its gentle bouquet and trademark softness.

    Martin Miller’s Gin has a classic palette of gin botanicals; juniper, cassia, orris root, angelica, liquorice root and coriander along with the required dried citrus peels, lemon, bitter orange and lime.

  • 17,90

    A perfect balance of refreshing juniper, peppery coriander, aromatic angelica and sweet liquorice gives Tanqueray London Dry its unique and classic taste. Tanqueray London Dry is distilled four times for absolute smoothness and to allow the flavours of the four classic gin botanicals to shine through.

  • 38,90

    Better enjoyed with premium tonic water, plenty of ice and a wedge of pink grapefruit or with dry vermouth and a twist of pink grapefruit in an ideal martini. Tanqueray No. TEN is a better taste experience with the aroma of citrus fruits and juniper and the flavour of citrus fruits and chamomile flowers.