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  1. New Amsterdam Gin

    New Amsterdam Gin

    $4.59

    For those who prefer a sweet cast to their gins, this one is a winner. The grapefruit-like, almost candy-like scent leads into pleasantly sweet and citrusy flavors, which finish with a faint floral note. Blends particularly well into lightly fruity and citrusy cocktails and gin-based punches. Learn More
  2. Tanqueray Gin

    Tanqueray Gin

    $4.59

    Created by Charles Tanqueray in 1830, Tanqueray London Dry Gin is made today according to the same classic, timeless recipe. Its iconic bottle shape is inspired by a three-part cocktail shaker made famous during Prohibition's classic cocktail movement in the “Roaring 1920s.” The pineapple fruit, which was once considered so exotic that it became the ultimate symbol of hospitality in 1830s England, featured in the Tanqueray family crest and it adorns every bottle from the Tanqueray Distilling Company. Tanqueray London Dry Gin is distilled four times and has the perfect balance of four classic gin botanicals - refreshing juniper, peppery coriander, aromatic angelica and sweet liquorice. It is best enjoyed with tonic water, plenty of ice and a wedge of lime, but can be used as a great base for a wide range of cocktails. Tanqueray London Dry Gin has won multiple awards including recent accolades from the World's 50 Best Bars (Drinks International Brands Report 2016). It was judged to be the top trending gin, the best-selling gin and the bartender's overall favourite spirit. Learn More
  3. Gordon's Gin

    Gordon's Gin

    $4.59

    Gordon’s Gin is possibly the most famous gin brand out there, holding around 35% of gin sales in the UK alone and retaining a strong foothold in every market in the world. Gordon’s iconic reputation has been built since its initial conception as a Southwark based distillery in 1769 by Alexander Gordon. The production later moved to Clerkenwell in 1786 and the white spirit sailed the seas through the 1800’s, creating legions of fans the world over. As with many gins of the time, it was in huge demand and in some cases was handsomely paid for in gold dust (Joseph Franks of Melbourne). The British distillery is now based on the Laindon site in Basildon, Essex to meet the high demands of production. It still houses ‘Old Tom’, a copper still dating back over 200 years (Gordon’s is also distilled in various locations around the world). Learn More
  4. Bombay Sapphire

    Bombay Sapphire

    $11.94

    Crystal-clear with a lush, medium-weight body. Its fragrance is mesmerizing. Honing a sensational blend of citrus, spice and juniper, Bombay Sapphire is overflowing with a crisp, mouth-watering flavor that lingers on the palate for a pleasurable finish. Learn More
  5. Bombay Sapphire Gin

    Bombay Sapphire Gin

    $15.99

    "The 10 precious botanicals used in our gin are held separate from the spirit in perforated copper baskets, and when the heated vapours rise, the distinctive flavour of the botanicals are released. The result? A complex aromatic liquid that delivers a broader, more balanced flavour." Learn More
  6. BOMBAY SAPPHIRE

    BOMBAY SAPPHIRE

    $19.94

    Crystal-clear with a lush, medium-weight body. Its fragrance is mesmerizing. Honing a sensational blend of citrus, spice and juniper, Bombay Sapphire is overflowing with a crisp, mouth-watering flavor that lingers on the palate for a pleasurable finish. Learn More
  7. Citadelle Artisanal Gin

    Citadelle Artisanal Gin

    $31.94

    The gin coming from France is still a bit unusual. That he comes from Cognac is at least very unusual. The Citadelle Gin can even do both and the website of the manufacturer Cognac Ferrand describes the origin of the gin originating as French Juniper brandy and Dutch genever. "Typically French ..." you might think at first. The London Dry Gin is said to go back to a recipe from the 18th century and is named after a small distillery in Dunkerque, in northern France. The two manufacturers Alexandre Gabriel and Jean-Dominique Andreu of Cognac Ferrand attach great importance to the manufacturing process (and the corresponding marketing). The same stills are used as in cognac production . The used Charentaiser copper stills hold only 200 liters, a total of 19 botanicals are used. Distillation over an open fire is really special, which requires a certain sensitivity during production. Learn More
  8. Aviation Gin

    Aviation Gin

    $34.94

    New batch-distilled US gin. Distillers Lee Medoff and Christian Krogstad have teamed up with Seattle mixologist Ryan Magarian to produce a new gin based on the fuller-bodied Dutch style with rye neutral grain spirit and what they describe as a ‘botanical democracy’ of Juniper, Cardamom, Coriander, Lavender, Anise, Sarsaparilla and Orange Peel. Learn More
  9. Fords Gin

    Fords Gin

    $34.94

    Fords Gin is made at Thames Distillers in London using wheat. The botanicals – including Spanish lemon peel, Turkish grapefruit peel and Chinese jasmine – are steeped in the stills for 15 hours before distillation. The result is a gin where the botanicals come to the fore. Learn More
  10. Bombay Sapphire Gin

    Bombay Sapphire Gin

    $35.94

    "The 10 precious botanicals used in our gin are held separate from the spirit in perforated copper baskets, and when the heated vapours rise, the distinctive flavour of the botanicals are released. The result? A complex aromatic liquid that delivers a broader, more balanced flavour." Learn More
  11. Bols Genever

    Bols Genever

    $37.94

    A relaunch of an old, old spirit, Genever was the precursor to English gins, as well as being the origin of the phrase 'Dutch Courage'. This is a totally authentic and unique drink that should be tried by anyone with an interest in gin. Learn More
  12. GreenHook Ginsmiths American Dry Gin

    GreenHook Ginsmiths American Dry Gin

    $37.99

    This American Dry Gin made in Greenpoint, Brooklyn has a delicate, fresh, fruity nose with hints of juniper, yellow citrus, and elderflower. On the palate the juniper leads and is followed quickly by citrus, ginger, sweet cinnamon, and chamomile. Try it in a Martini with a twist. This gin is made from a wheat base, with major botanicals such as chamomile, blue ginger, Ceylon cinnamon, elderflower, and juniper. Learn More
  13. Ford's Gin

    Ford's Gin

    $39.94

    "Fords is a juniper-forward gin but with a good amount of citrus, sweet spices and florals to take the bite off of the juniper, but still add complexities and allow the juniper to be the star. It's also a gin that works well with both lemon and lime citrus cocktails and has a really nice oil content for martini's" Learn More
  14. Brockmans Gin

    Brockmans Gin

    $39.94

    Product information : - Brockmans Gin - Intensely smooth, infused with exquisite botanicals sourced from all over the world. - About this bottle: Made from grain spirit with a unique blend of botanicals and the patient steeping distillation process. The result is a gin that's - intensely smooth with a refreshing influence of citrus and aromatic wild berry. Learn More
  15. Benham's Dry Sonoma Gin

    Benham's Dry Sonoma Gin

    $41.94

    Derek George Benham first discovered gin on a summer trip during college to Spain, where he had his first “real” gin and tonic. It was a transformative experience and something he wanted to bring back home. He was determined that the first spirit from Graton Distilling Co. would be the gin he always dreamed of making. Learn More
  16. Greenhook Ginsmiths Dry Gin

    Greenhook Ginsmiths Dry Gin

    $44.94

    This American Dry Gin made in Greenpoint, Brooklyn has a delicate, fresh, fruity nose with hints of juniper, yellow citrus, and elderflower. On the palate the juniper leads and is followed quickly by citrus, ginger, sweet cinnamon, and chamomile. Try it in a Martini with a twist. This gin is made from a wheat base, with major botanicals such as chamomile, blue ginger, Ceylon cinnamon, elderflower, and juniper. Learn More
  17. Hendrick's Gin

    Hendrick's Gin

    $48.94

    Hendrick’s Gin was launched by William Grant & Sons at a time when gin wasn’t the diverse, thriving category it is today. A clear callback to gin’s forbears, the apothecary style bottle suggests comparison to Genevers and a time when gin was a medicine. The Edwardian era advertising campaign has helped make the brand a stalwart both in bars and in homes. Learn More
  18. Hendricks Gin

    Hendricks Gin

    $49.94

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  19. Monkey 47 Dry Gin

    Monkey 47 Dry Gin

    $49.94

    An unusual gin from the Black Forest in Germany, Monkey 47 contains a unique ingredient. No, not that! Cranberries! The 47 comes from the number of botanicals that go into this unique gin, and the fact it's bottled at a healthy 47%. This plethora of ingredients has paid off, and in 2011 Monkey 47 won the World Spirits Award Gold in the Gin category and Gold for best in class for the Gin Worldwide at the International Wine and Spirits Competition London. Not bad! Learn More
  20. Tanqueray Ten Gin

    Tanqueray Ten Gin

    $49.99

    Born in the elegant 10th still, with a pioneering spirit and attention to detail that embodies the craft and passion of Charles himself, we affectionately bring you Tanqueray No. Ten. A simple marriage really. A little craft, a lot of fruit and the citrus shines. Learn More
  21. Nolets Silver Gin

    Nolets Silver Gin

    $50.94

    This floral and fruit-forward gin is bottled at 95.2 Proof and expresses the essence of three coveted ingredients: Turkish rose, white peach and raspberry. Learn More
  22. Citadelle Gin

    Citadelle Gin

    $50.94

    A premium gin, Citadelle was originally developed in a Dunkirk distillery in the late 18th Century, and at the time Dunkirk was one of the earliest European ports for explorers of the Orient, who brought back herbs and spices from the Far East. The result is a fabulous gin made with 19 different botanicals including Moroccan Coriander, French Juniper, Mexican Orange Peel and Chinese Liquorice.. Learn More
  23. Cotswolds Dry Gin

    Cotswolds Dry Gin

    $53.94

    The first release from Cotswolds Distillery, a dry gin made from wheat spirit and nine botanicals – juniper, coriander, angelica root, Cotswolds lavender and bay leaf, grapefruit, lime, black pepper and cardamom seed. A fruity gin with a spicy backbone. Learn More
  24. Brooklyn Gin

    Brooklyn Gin

    $54.94

    Brooklyn Gin is handcrafted, one batch at a time using artisan methods with fresh hand-cut citrus peels and hand-cracked juniper berries. About this bottle: Brooklyn Gin is made from fresh locally-produced citrus fruit (Eureka Lemon, Persian Lime, Navel Orange, and Kumquat), whilst the herbs and botanicals hail from around the globe from the Albanian Juniper to Brazilian Cocoa Nibs. Each batch yields only 300 bottles and the process takes three days to complete. Once all the ingredients are peeled, cut, and cracked, they are distilled in a one-of-a-kind Christian Carl copper pot still at a fruit orchard in the Hudson Valley, New York. Learn More
  25. Bombay Sapphire

    Bombay Sapphire

    $58.94

    Crystal-clear with a lush, medium-weight body. Its fragrance is mesmerizing. Honing a sensational blend of citrus, spice and juniper, Bombay Sapphire is overflowing with a crisp, mouth-watering flavor that lingers on the palate for a pleasurable finish. Learn More
  26. The Botanist Dry Gin

    The Botanist Dry Gin

    $59.94

    An exciting and unusual gin from Islay whisky distillery Bruichladdich, The Botanist is made in a Lomond still christened Ugly Betty and contains no fewer than 31 botanicals, of which 22 are native to the Southern Hebridean island itself. The latter include the likes of mugwort, meadowsweet and the enigmatic Lady's Bedstraw flowers, and the resultant dry gin is described, perhaps unsurprisingly, as 'floral'. Learn More
  27. Hendricks Gin

    Hendricks Gin

    $84.49

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  28. Nolet Reserve Gin

    Nolet Reserve Gin

    $711.00

    Inspired to create a gin like no other, NOLET'S Reserve is the personal creation of Carolus Nolet Sr., 10th generation distillery owner. Bottles are allocated annually, individually numbered by hand and presented in a prestigious gift box. This limited edition gin is bottled at 52.3% Alc./Vol. (104.6 Proof). Learn More

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