Our Beer List
While the original Whitley Neill Gin is inspired by the exotic flavours of Africa, their Rhubarb & Ginger Gin variation takes inspiration from closer to the Whitley family’s homestead.
Subtly tart with clear rhubarb influence. A twist of orange sweetness and herbaceous coriander brings balance to the palate.
The Whitley Neill range continues to expand!
Their very own Raspberry Gin was launched right at the start of 2018, featuring Scottish raspberries at its core alongside punchy notes of liquoirce and coriander in support.
Destined to be splashed into a glass of sparkling wine, this stuff.
This cracking gin is distilled in a beer stripping column, before being put through a handmade copper pot still.
It is then purified in a rectifier.
The result is very creamy and rich.
This gin is infused with six botanicals, including juniper, sweet orange and hibiscus flowers.
One of two new additions to the Greenall’s Gin range – the first in more than 250 years!
Greenall’s Wild Berry Gin is made by infusing raspberries and British blackberries in Greenall’s Gin, resulting in a fruity twist on their classic recipe.
Ought to go rather well in a Bramble as well as other vibrantly fruity cocktails.
The first gin from Japan’s legendary Suntory – Roku Gin.
This expression is made using a selection of botanicals, including six Japanese botanicals provide a whistle-stop tour of the four seasons. These include sakura leaf and sakura flower for spring, sencha tea and gyokuro tea for summer, sansho pepper for autumn and yuzu peel for winter.
Traditional gin botanicals also featured include the likes of juniper, orange peel, lemon peel, coriander and cinnamon, among others.
Earthy and vegetal, with a light whisper of fruity sweetness hiding underneath.
Peppery notes develop on the finish.
Brecon Botanicals Gin is a tasty Welsh gin made at the Penderyn distillery.
It is based on pure grain spirit and a special selection of botanicals.
The illustrations were specially engraved and re-produced for this special edition.
Very interesting stuff.
Crafted using the natural flavours of rhubarb and ginger.
Suitable for vegetarians.
Crafted using the natural flavours of pink grapefruit and elderflower.
Suitable for vegetarians.
A London Dry Gin made with botanicals from along the traditional spice route that led back to the UK.
Indonesian Cubeb berries, Indian black pepper and Moroccan coriander are all used in this gin, launched by Quintessential Brands in 2013.
Nose: Coriander and citrus, gentle juniper and peppery notes.
Palate: More discernible spiciness and juniper with plenty of coriander.
Finish: Refreshing with citrus and spice.
Overall: A handsome gin that’s playfully spiced.
Bloom Jasmine & Rose was created by master distiller Joanne Moore using naturally extracted flower botanicals, making it the ideal tipple of choice for an English summer day.
It was bottled at 40% ABV with no artificial flavourings, and it comes presented in the same bottle as the original Bloom gin, only the colour palette reflects the floral flavours of the gin.
A refined floral and earthy fragrance – elderflower and jasmine adds an extra dimension to this pink gin.
From the J.J. Whitley range, launched in mid-2016, comes an elderflower-focussed gin – should be perfect for summer evenings!
This revolves around the classic fragrance of the elderflower, along with a selection of rural British flavours and a helping of cinnamon, too.
Floral and sweet, with a touch of warmth from the cinnamon gathering momentum on the mid-palate.
Launched in 2017, Gordon’s Gin Pink is perfect for summer quaffs.
Juniper takes a slight step back to make way for refreshing notes of strawberry, raspberry and redcurrant.
The recipe was inspired by a Gordon’s recipe from all the way back in the 1880s!
Light sweetness of fresh red fruits, with a bite of juniper and coriander underneath.
Lingering zesty notes of fresh raspberry go on and on.
Made with eleven botanicals including juniper, orange peel, English coriander, angelica, cubeb pepper and liquorice as well as “a hint of red cole” aka horseradish!
It’s named after Thomas Dakin, who began producing gin in Warrington in the second half of the 18th century, founding what would later become Greenall’s.
He was a pioneer who made gin of a surprising quality for the day, and who is rightly celebrated.
Tanqueray Export Strength is a top-quality London Dry Gin. It is beloved by bartenders for its rich, citrus-led palate.
Nose: Aromatic. Cedar, juniper oil, a little citrus zest. Coppery.
Palate: Huge juniper with spicy notes of orange and lemon peel and just a hint of aniseed.
Finish: Long finish, very full and thick with juniper.