Beefeater London Dry Gin Was First Made In 1820 By James Burroughs. It Is Still, To This Day, Made To The Same Recipe. Great In A Martini, This Is A Spiced, Fruity Gin.
Nose – On The Nose Beefeater Is Both Spicy And Fruity. Nicely Balanced And Clearly Focused On The Juniper.
Palate – The Palate Is Dry With A Herbal Bouquet And Citrus Notes Complimenting The Juniper.
Perfect Serve – 50ml Beefeater Gin, Premium Tonic, Lots Of Ice And Garnish With A Slice Of Lemon And Orange.
Edinburgh Gin Seaside
Inspired By The East Coast Shoreline Near Edinburgh, Seaside Gin Was The First Of Our Collaborations With Heriot-Watt University’s Brewing & Distilling Msc. Its Shoreline Botanicals Including Ground Ivy, Bladderwrack And Scurvygrass Contribute To A Spirit With Distinctive Minerality.
This Is A Finely Balanced Gin With A Fresh Sweetness On The Nose, Soft Salinity And Herbaceous Notes On The Palate, And A Clean Finish. Seaside Gin Is At Home In A Crisp G&T, A Briny Seaside Martini With Olives And Anchovy Garnish And A Variety Of Classic Cocktails.
Nose – Enough botanicals to make us wish we had five noses. Big notes of citrus, delicate menthol and flowers everywhere.
Palate – Cool at first. It quickly mellows out, warmth growing with citrus keeping it fresh throughout.
Finish – Long, with a good spice.
6 O’clock Damson Gin
Made By Bramley & Gage, A Small Family Business Based On The Edge Of Bristol. Made The Traditional Way – No Preservatives Or Colourings. A Fresh, Bright And Bold Damson Gin.
Rich Spicy Notes And A Smooth Body.
Fruity, Aromatic And Drying. Fragrant Spices Integrate Perfectly With The Damsons Rightly Taking The Lead.
Delicious Neat, With Tonic Or Mix With Ginger Ale For A Refreshing Damson Mule.