Broker's Gin - 40% & 47%

The distillery uses only traditional pot stills. Column stills are more efficient and are used by the major brands, but pot stills are better for extracting maximum flavour from the botanicals in a traditional fashion.

The copper pot still used for producing Broker’s Gin is named “Constance” and was manufactured by John Dore & Co, long recognised as the finest still-maker in the world.

Winner - Ultimate Cocktail Challenge - New York 2011


William's Chase Gin

Organically grown cider apples are pressed and distilled into vodka then re-distiled into gin.

Infused with eleven carefully selected wild botanicals and naturally pure water taken from the aquifer that runs underneath the Chase family Herefordshire orchards.

Having been through our copper pot still and column, with 42 bubble plates, twice and then the pretty little Carter Head style gin still, the finished gin is distilled over 100 times.


Caoruun Small Batch Gin

Caorunn Gin is made with only the finest pure grain spirit and natural Scottish water for a crisp, dry, aromatic taste that is a pleasure on the palate.

First the pure grain spirit is triple distilled, then vaporised at a leisurely pace.

The care and attention we give to our distillation process is an essential part of the preparation for infusing the uniquely balanced botanical flavours into Caorunn Gin, which is a quadruple distilled Scottish Gin.


SW4 Gin

A super-premium Gin for people who love to drink Gin with Tonic!

SW4 is a small batch gin made in Clapham and has a unique recipe of 12 botanicals which combine to make the perfect Gin to mix with tonic.

Gins of this style pre-date the Cocktail era of the early 20th Century. The older style gins being made to be at their best when mixed with water, ginger beer and most especially tonic, the drink of the British Empire.


Monkey 47

An unusual gin from the Black Forest in Germany, Monkey 47 contains a unique ingredient. Cranberries! The 47 comes from the number of botanicals that go into this unique gin, and the fact it's bottled at a healthy 47%.

This plethora of ingredients has paid off, and in 2011 Monkey 47 won the World Spirits Award Gold in the Gin category and Gold for best in class for the Gin Worldwide at the International Wine and Spirits Competition.

Not bad!



Handcrafted gin with traditional botanicals, juniper, coriander, and citrus peel but the special infusion of cucumber and rose petals creates a unique and unexpected flavour.

Despite the possibilities of surprise, most people shrink away from what is odd. But there are those who seek it, individuals who are truly excited by what is strange and different.

Made with a free and imaginitive spirit


Plymouth Gin 41.2%

Produced in Plymouth since 1793 using seven hand selected botanicals, soft Dartmoor water, and pure grain alcohol. They also produce a Navy Strength at 57%

Plymouth has a slight sweetness with concentration and complexity. The botanicals are balanced to allow a rounded long and dry finish.

A unique gin, that is crying out to be made into a Martini. It'll need an equally robust vermouth though.



After years working in the drinks industry, three guys struck out on their own to pursue their passion for beautifully handmade spirits.

They call themselves “sip-smiths” to celebrate the craft of distillation and artisanal methods. This gin produced on the first handmade copper-pot still in London in 189 years.

The still has the charming name of 'Prudence'.


Tanqueray 10

Tanqueray has a new member to this international gin brand. Called Tanqueray No. 10, the small batch distillation product is crafted with hand-picked whole fruit botanicals and is distilled four times.

Sublimely fresh with depth and a complex flavour with a mouth-feel that can only be described as unctuous, it is highlighted by flavours of grapefruit, orange and lime and mellowed by juniper and camomile.

This is the only Gin in the World Spirits Hall of Fame



A gin crafted with the 'Aviation" in mind. Great with tonic and a dash of orange bitters.

Aviation belongs to an entirely new category of dry gins. These gins embody a shift away from the usual overabundance of juniper toward a more forward balance of botanicals.

Aviation explores the rich, floral and savory notes of lavender, cardamom, and sarsaparilla to capture the lushness, spice, creativity, and freshness of the Pacific Northwest.






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