Hendrick's is the union of two different types of alcohol from two rare and unusual alembics : the Bennet and the Carter-Head. Combining both of the we create a extraordinarily smooth gin with personality and a necessary balance of tastes. 44º
Elaborated in small productions in London, it has a unique flavor because of the raw materials and its careful distillation method in Pot Still. (traditional alembic used in the distillation of small quantities.) 40,8% vol.
The London No. 1 – one of a handful of gins actually distilled in London – was created to echo the complex and full bodied gins of yesteryear, albeit with a modern twist – a striking turquoise-blue colour derived from maceration with gardenia flowers. Graduation: 47%
Named after the still number of its origin, Tanqueray No. TEN gin is an homage to the passion and attention to detail that Charles Tanqueray stood for. Crafted with the perfect martini in mind, the fresh citrus fruits of No. Ten perfectly complement and capture the exquisite essence of the ultimate martini. Graduation: 47,3%
Gin Mare has long been the reference point for a gin that’s pushed the boundary of what a gin could taste like, with rosemary, thyme, olive, and basil included in the botanical line up – it’s savoury and unusual, but balanced. Made in the small Spanish fishing town of Vilanova, just outside the city of Barcelona, Gin Mare epitomises the Mediterranean...
MG Distilleries is a family business with a 150 years experience, elaborating spirit drinks since 1940. More than 5 generations have been dedicated exclusively to the elaboration of unique high quality products. 40º
A full-bodied London Dry gin with a predominance of juniper, star anise and refreshing citrus. Bold, yet smooth. Well-balanced, bold and refreshing. Juniper release is complemented with a clean, dry and crisp citrus finish. 47º
Old Tom gin is lighter and less intense than a London Dry and was very common in the Victorian times. A sweeter style gin, we’ve increased the star anise botanical and added a touch of refined sugar to create a full-bodied, perfectly balanced gin. Traditionally, Old Tom gin should never be barrel aged nor have any color to the liquid.