There are three things we like about Loch Ness gin. The first is that it shows the fantastic things that a couple can achieve. It is made by a wife and husband team Lorien and Kevin Cameron-Ross, with said husband spending his days off hand-picking juniper. Passion and commitment, what more can we say, they …

KI NO BI Kyoto Dry gin has us very very excited. We’d heard about it a while ago and were very intrigued by the idea of a Japanese Gin. After all there are Japanese whiskies on the shelves of prestigious Whisky bars rubbing shoulders with the finest single malts and so how would an artisan …

The team at The West Winds have a vision “to produce distinctive Australian gin that would rival the best in the world” and so far we have been very impressed by their work, with three of their gins: Sabre, Cutlass and Broadside on our shelves. Their forth gin, The Captain’s Cut has finally arrived on …

In May 2016 we were asked by Professor Sarah Churchwell if we could partner her in producing a very special, unique gin. Sarah is a Professor of American Literature at the School of Advanced study, University of London, and also the author of Careless People: Murder, Mayhem and The Invention of The Great Gatsby. As …

We’ve been big fans of Poetic License gin since we first became aware of it at the start of this year. Hailing from up north they recently made a trip down to the big smoke and we were fortunate to meet the distiller and discuss the most serious matter of gin. It has to be …

Our bar manager Jamie makes an annual trip to the Edinburgh festival, and this year he stumbled across a distinctive gin made by a new Scottish social distillery on the Isle of Harris. He came back singing its praises and since Jamie knows his onions, we decided to seek it out. Isle of Harris Gin …

We love it when the guys from Audemus Spirits drop by. Not only are they the most lovely and fabulous chaps, they always bring a present of a new and unique ginny delight for us to try. Their latest visit was no exception and we were most intrigued when they set down a bottle of …

We have had a slew of new gins in recently, so determining what to review is quite tough. First of all a gin has to get through the ‘Gins got Talent’ judges that are the LGC staff. They work hard each night to bring you the best G&Ts in London, after a shift they act …

Old Tom is an interesting category of gin. It has links back to the past with its origins in the invention of the continuous still in the 1830’s and Victorian distillers ability (with the increasing quality of base spirits) to be able to produce and market two different categories of gin: the ‘old’ sweeter style …

Back in November Graham from Colombo Gin paid us a fleeting visit and left us a bottle of Colombo London Dry Gin. We tried it and liked it straight away and so have our customers, and so we thought we would put it in the spotlight in a gin review.