Tag: Dry Gin

Gin review: Crossbill Gin

We’re very lucky here at the LGC, gin literally comes to us… the newest and tastiest gins come to our door. We sampled Crossbill last year and waited patiently for its release, and now it’s here! Crossbill is the only gin to use Scottish juniper, Scottish juniper used to be exported to Holland to produce …

Gin review: Beefeater London Garden exclusive edition

We were privileged enough to be invited to a private guided tour of the brand new Beefeater visitor’s center with the master of gin himself, Desmond Payne. And what a treat this was. The visitor’s center begins with a walk through gin history, coupled with the history of Beefeater and James Burrough. Everything from gin …

Gin review Sipsmith VJOP

So we all know Sipsmith by now (or we should do!)… the distiller credited with kicking of the small batch gin boom in 2009, and since then Sipsmith gin has adorned the shelves of all self-respecting bars and hotels across the land. Sipsmith’s latest creation is the brand new VJOP –  ‘Very Junipery Over Proof …

The King of Soho review

We were privileged enough to be one of the first to get our hands on ‘The King of Soho‘ gin this weekend. Almost as soon as it was bottled we had a case of it ready to hit our shelves, along with some accompanying 20cl bottles which are unbelievably desirable. Created by Howard Raymond, son …

Boodles gin reviewed by the London Gin Club

Boodles gin is by no means a new gin on the market. Released by Proximo in June this year Boodles has a rich history and is associated with the likes  of Ian Fleming and Winston Churchill.  Originally named after the Pall Mall Gentleman’s  Club called Boodles,  Boodles gin dates back to 1845 but over time …