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Gin is juniper flavoured quality grain spirit traditionally made in London, but now produced in many different countries around the world. All gin should be flavoured with juniper berries and the difference between the many different tasting gins will be the varying types of botanicals and herbs infused after the distilling process. Many of the gins are craft gins produced by Artisan producers in small batches and are exceptional spirits with their unique, carefully selected and often hand picked botanicals creating distinctive flavours for each gin.
You can buy online many styles of Gin. The most traditional and popular type is London Dry which can now be made anywhere, always classic and full of juniper flavours. Genever is a very old and original style from Holland which is sometimes sweeter in taste. Old Tom is also slightly sweetened and Navy Strength is so called because the gunpowder will still fire if you spill your drink on it.
The basic gin spirit can be distilled from grain, potatoes, grapes, hops and apples. There are about four distinctive flavours which you can buy from Alexander Hadleigh Wine Merchants. Classic gin takes its predominate flavour from juniper berries, the source of the characteristic, crisp scent of pine needles and a natural fit for the gin and tonic. Light and fragrant, floral gins are popular modern varieties full of subtle flavours of infused coriander, elderflower or almonds. Bold, refreshing gins are packed with zesty citrus flavours such as orange, grapefruit or lime adding complexity to a strikingly different finish. Herbal gins offer intriguing and complex flavours of aromatic fragrances from wild mint, thyme and basil. Secret recipes handed down give a balance of aromatic, spice and sweet flavours. New distilleries are infusing fruits such as blueberries, raspberries and pomegranates.
Alexander Hadleigh Wine Merchants based in Locks Heath near Southampton have an expansive choice of local gins which you can buy online from Hampshire, Dorset and Sussex as well as gins from distilleries in other regions of England, Scotland and also Spain, Sweden, Japan, New Zealand and America. Each gin has a description of its botanical mix along with serving suggestions from the classic gin and tonic to more elaborate gin cocktails.,
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Icelandic Eagle Gin, Iceland,A gluten free gin made with pure Icelandic water with a clear colour. With a floral and herbal profile, this gin has earthy, spicy aromas and flavours of liquorice frosting, sage and peppery spices. Made from juniper berries, the fruity light-to-medium body gives the gin its warmth and a sweet finish.
Pickerings Gin, Summerhall Distillery, Edinburgh is based on an original Bombay recipe kept secret since 1947, this is a spectacularly smooth and flavoursome gin. It has been handcrafted at Edinburgh\'s first gin distillery in over 150 years and is the official gin supporter of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo,
Red Door Gin is a small batch, handcrafted London Dry style Gin and named after the distinctive red doors at Benromach Distillery Hand made in a copper pot still, affectionately named Peggy, vapour - infused distilling method steams the neutral base spirit through eight botanicals and is then bottled at 45% ABV
Burleigh\'s Signature London Dry Gin is infused with 11 of the world\'s finest botanicals to include silver birch, dandelion, burdock, elderberry and iris. A crisp and fresh nose with piney eucalyptus and fragrant citrus. Big robust flavours on the palate with an initial hit of dry juniper followed by pine, eucalyptus, pine and citrus, a long finish with Parma violet and warming, dry peppery notes.
Chelsea Royal London Dry Gin has a nose of Bright Juniper and orange-citrus aromas are neatly balanced by Oriental spices of coriander and cinnamon.The palate is a soft, harmonious union of aromatic Juniper and orange zest underpinned with gentle coriander spiciness.The finish has an angelica dryness.
The Blue Beetle London Dry Gin has been inspired by the character of the elusive king of beetles not frequently found in nature. As the Blue Beetle changes its colour slowly or rapidly from blue to reddish, so does the gin when mixed skillfully in cocktails,
Pickerings 1947 Gin, Summerhall Distillery, Edinburgh, Scotland is made precisely to their original recipe, as it was written down in Mount Mary, Bombay in 1947. The botanical mix includes cinnamon, coriander, clove and cardamom, smooth, refreshing but with a decidedly spicy kick,
The city\'s first commercial distillery is established on Cheese Lane in the centre of Bristol. It is believed to have been one of the first in the whole of England. When the blitz came to Bristol in 1940, it was always going to be a long shot that the distillery and its vast spirit tanks could survive. Unfortunately it did not, taking a direct hit on the the night of December 6th, and in a few terrible, fiery hours, centuries of distilling history were razed to the ground. 77 years later we picked the story back up. We are writing the next chapter in Bristol’s rich distilling history.
Bimber London Dry Gin, England has a very citrus and warm spicy aroma, with the palate experiencing lots of refined juniper and hints of the other nine botanicals in the recipe. There is a kick again of dried fruit, warm sweet spices and more juniper in the final taste.
Elderflower Infused Gin from Warner Edwards Distillery uses fresh elderflower which is infused in Harrington Dry Gin combining complex flavours and sweet elderflower bouquet. A pefect summer tipple,