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Sipsmith distillery is a wonderful gin haven and you can taste the effort, passion and expertise that has gone into the Sipsmith London Dry gin. It’s complex but well balanced, and it’s the dryness and zestiness that make it stand out. It’s a gin that you instantly know is top quality - so if you see it on the shelf at a bar, it’s a fine choice for a G&T.
|King Of Soho|
The King of Soho is an authentic London Dry Gin distilled in the heart of London using traditional methods by an 11th generation master distiller. A complex spirit the gin is crafted with twelve botanicals to our unique flavour profile. Created as a tribute to the original ‘King of Soho‘ Paul Raymond by his son Howard.
|Slingsby||Slingbsy Gin is a bold and appealing gin, from the bottle through to tasting it neat and with mixers. With Mike Carthy’s skills as a chemist shining through, the gin is beautifully complex. It has the quality of still having individual botanicals (e.g. the grapefruit, green tea and rhubarb) step out and play an identifiable role, which can be challenging when using large numbers of botanicals. It’s one of those gins where you pick up on something different each time you try it, and it makes an excellent G&T with a garnish of grapefruit.||£3.50|
|Hendricks||Whether it’s the apothecary-style bottle or the sight of a gin and tonic garnished with a slice of cucumber, Hendrick’s is a distinctive and recognisable gin that has opened many people’s eyes to less traditional gins. Hendrick’s gin’s true calling is a G&T with a slice of cucumber or lime.||£3.10|
|Bath Gin||Bath Gin is a subtle, light and fresh gin. Juniper and citrus notes are most prominent, with elements such as the burnt orange peel balancing well with the sweeter notes, such as from the liquorice. It also works very pleasingly in cocktails, as the popular Canary Gin Bar aims to highlight.||£3.20|
|Conker||Conker Gin is smooth and light, with citrus and floral notes balancing wonderfully and with no one botanical overpowering the others. Having started from scratch and finally selected the 38th variation of the gin, Rupert Holloway has put a major focus on quality. This quality shines through and is highlighted by every bottle being hand signed by Rupert himself.||£3.20|
|Trevethan||Trevethan gin is a Cornish gin made by friends John Hall & Rob Cuffe in a small alembic still called Doris. The recipe was originally created by Rob’s grandfather in the late 1920’s and has been painstakingly revived by the modern day distillers through trial and error over 2 years. The gin makes it’s presense known with a big hit of juniper and is perfect as a sipping gin or with a dash of soda but equally holds it’s own in a healthy G&T.||£3.40|
|Brecon Special Reserve Gin||Brecon Special Reserve Gin was created as a product for Penderyn Distillery to make and sell alongside their whiskey as it was maturing, and they have delivered a well balanced and flavourful gin that is a stand-out product in its own right. With a classic list of 10 botanicals sourced from around the world, it’s a clearly juniper-led gin with spice balanced out nicely with citrus.||£3.50|
|Soho Sling||50ml King of Soho |
Fresh lime juice
35ml apple juice
50ml ginger beer
|Tom Collins||50ml gin|
Fresh lemon juice
|Original Sin||50ml King of Soho|
1 teaspoon of honey
Fresh lime juice
125ml apple juice