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 …