Nestled in the heart of Soho, each night The London Gin Club offers you a choice of over 210 of the finest gins money can buy.

We pride ourselves on our specialist gin cocktail menu and serving one of the best Gin and Tonics in London.

We’re a small, friendly, table service bar. We get pretty busy, if you plan to visit it’s best to book a table.


I love an excuse to combine my two obsessions , 17th century books and Gin! So , after some Monday evening browsing through The London Dispensatory of 1654 I’ve discovered that the components of gin are very good for you indeed ( So says Culpeper!) To save you the pain of deciphering the text, it […]


There are a slew of new gins making their way onto the scene at the moment, and one of our new arrivals here at the London Gin Club is Trevethan Gin. Made in Cornwall, this gin has a most interesting story. The recipe was created in the 1929 by Norman Trevethan, who was at that […]

Cambidge Dry Gin

Cambridge Distillery gin has graced our shelves for some time. Producers of small batch bespoke and artisan gin, we reviewed their Japanese Gin back in 2014, so a recent visit from them with their new Cambridge Dry gin in hand was of course, very welcome.

Quinine Gin

This is an interesting gin with, guess what, quinine, or to be precise cinchona bark as a botanical. It sounds obvious and simple, however ideas that after the fact appear simple are oftentimes the most inspired. It has taken some time for a quinine gin to actually happen and for reasons that will become apparent […]


Over the past few years Tanqueray have produced two Limited Edition gins, Malacca and Old Tom. Their latest addition to the collection is Bloomsbury, based on an 1880s recipe created at that time when the Tanqueray distillery was located in Bloomsbury in central London. The recipe is actually written on the label: Italian juniper, coriander, […]


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