Our Top 3 Gins
There is a lot to be said for a simple gin and tonic with a slice of lemon or lime, and that is normally the gin lovers first dabble in the beautiful spirit, however, this delicious beverage can be mixed and blended into so many different guises. Not only that but depending on which gin you are drinking, the aromas and undertones can be as complex as fine wine or whisky.
The Botanist, Islay Dry Gin
From the home of malt whisky comes this utterly marvellous gin. Made with 22 foraged botanicals from the island including Thyme and Scordonia. This is a gin lover’s gin. It bursts into life when paired with thyme and a lemon wedge. Slainte!
Martin Miller’s, England/Iceland
A stunningly refreshingly clean gin made with Icelandic spring water. It’s divine. It makes wonderful cocktails but is equally brilliant when garnished with pink grapefruit & Basil leaf. It looks as pretty as it tastes
Monkey 47! The Greatest of all Gins
German, aromatic, floral, dry and wonderful. Made with 47 botanicals from the Black Forest including lingonberry. With so many botanicals creating the unique flavour of Monkey 47 garnishing it is much easier than with other gins. It zings with life if you use orange zest. Dried cranberries and lemon is also a delightful way to go.
You won’t find most of these in your local supermarket, so why not pop in and see us for a drink and we will happily make you one up!
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