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About This Gin

Boasting the first vodka, gin, and whisky distillery in London, the East London Liquor Company have been distilling spirits for over a century.

This gin gets it unique flavour from the East London Liquor Company’s bold decision to use Darjeeling tea.

Our Opinion

By now, you must have realised we love an unusual gin. And that is is. You can really taste the difference with this gin; the flavours are unquestionably unique, and the tea flavour was definitely a risk well taken. We loved the hit of grapefruit as well, which is one of our favourite garnishes by the way.

Out of Ten?

7.5

About This Gin

Eccentric describe their Madam Geneva gin as a ‘London Dry, as it should be’! Its a very standard London Dry gin, but who said tradition was a bad thing?

Our Opinion

It really is a typical London Dry, so nothing new here then, right? There are only a couple of tiny things setting this gin apart from other London Drys. There are slight notes of liquorice, making the overall flavour slightly sweeter than other London Drys. 

Out of Ten?

5

About This Gin

Edinburgh Gin are award-winning spirits creators, but with this one, they’ve definitely gone one step further. They have taken an iconically classic combination and transformed it into a gin liqueur. 

Our Opinion

As D’s weak link is a sickly sweet dessert and is a keen cook, this combination sounded incredibly inviting to him. Having also previously tried a rhubarb gin mixed with ginger ale, he already had seriously high hopes, and we’re happy to say that he was not disappointed. Its such a great combination, and is perfect for someone with a sweet tooth!

Out of Ten?

8

About This Gin

As you have probably realised, Edinburgh Gin love to create fabulously fruity inventions, and this gin is no exception. Plum and vanilla have been paired to make this amazingly sweet and easy drinking gin – another one for those with a sweet tooth. 

Our Opinion

Again, adoring all things sweet, D absolutely adored this gin. It’s super sweet, easy to drink, and almost festive. A perfect gin to drink neat, or if you’re feeling particularly cheeky, try it with a tipple of Prosecco!

Out of Ten?

8

About This Gin

Eden Mill produce a number of premium Scottish gins, and use only the finest locally sourced botanicals. It is the rose petal and hibiscus botanicals that give this ‘Love Edition’ it’s notable pink hue. 

Our Opinion

This gin has quite a strong floral taste, so it may not be everyone’s cup of tea. However, it is certainly not a bad choice or an offer that you’d refuse.

Out of Ten?

5.5

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