Tag: English Gin

Gin review : two birds old tom

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… Read More

Gin review: Hepple Gin 45% abv

The word on the street is that Hepple Gin will be big this year. We put Hepple on our shelves last year, and we were more than pleased when some of the members of the lovely Hepple team paid us a visit… Read More

Gin Review: Cambridge Dry gin 42% ABV

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… Read More

Gin review : Tanqueray Bloomsbury 47.3%

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… Read More

GIN REVIEW : THOMAS DAKIN GIN

Thomas Dakin was at the forefront of distilling ‘high quality gin’ way back in the 1760s when he started a distilling company in Warrington – that later became Greenalls. This was a rich period in the history of gin, as London emerged,… Read More