Barrister blue gin has recently won double medal award in NZ spirit awards 2021 shows it’s a finest quality gin. It has been made in vintage style, in the mood of aristocratic spirit, snobbery in its positive sense, pharmacy-like accuracy and English preciseness and the colour subtle blue comes from mixing two aromatic spirits: orange and cardamom.
A rather traditional Polish gin, Lubuski has been distilled using the same recipe for three decades! All the usual components can be found in the list of botanicals, with juniper berries, citrus peel and spices. Interestingly, the botanicals are sourced from Lubusz Land, an ecologically protected area of Poland. One to keep it simple in a Gin&Tonic with a slice of lime.
Cross Keys is characterized by rich sweetness of wild flowers and trees blooming in short Northern summers. It is joined by the sappy explosion of birch buds and a refreshing hint of mint on the one hand, and anchored by classical spices like black pepper and cloves on the other.
A lovely citrus tasting alcohol-free gin alternative which is based on a classic London Dry. You will enjoy the Juniper, coriander, orris root and citrus peel which are at the core of this beautifully balanced flavour sensation. You will find that it is elevated with additional undertones of pepper, lemon and the subtlest hint of Grapefruit which all make it a refreshingly zesty drinking experience and perfect for a warm summers day. Serve in a tumbler with lots of ice, a premium tonic water and a slice of lemon - enjoy!
To accentuate herbal aroma and flavour of Barrister gin, aromatic spirits are made from each ingredient and then mixed in special proportions in accordance with the old English recipe. For the production of Barrister "Old Tom Gin" was used finished gin Barrister which is slightly sweetened for a rounder and fuller flavour. This unique Gin contains aromatic alcohols: juniper berry, fresh lemon peel, coriander, cumin, cardamom, as well as: black pepper, allspice, cubeb pepper, nutmeg and almonds.
Expect a sweet citrus flavour balanced with the hallmarks of a quality gin. Lavender and rose adds some floral notes, while mixing with mediterranean tonic and a slice of orange enhances the citrus flavour. Light sour orange notes, juniper berry and slightly flowery on your pallet and nose.
“Barrister” Pink Gin is made according to the original British recipe with delicate distillation. Juniper, anise, coriander, orange zest, strawberries, cardamom and cinnamon are used in the production of the drink. It also makes an excellent G&T and try mixing it with a splash of Prosecco or adding it to a fruity punch.
A secret of Barrister gin is a separate distillation of aromatic spirits. The bright and memorable taste of Barrister Russian Gin contains gentle notes of camomile, lime tree flowers, oregano and liquorice. Barrister Russian Gin is a very limited product as it is aged and distributed in very small batches. This is done to ensure the quality of drink in its every drop.
Distilled a single time in an English pot still and developed in a quest to strike the perfect balance of strength, smoothness and flavour. A rich and opulent aroma of juniper, intertwined with fragrant pine and a subtle hint of lemon, confidently takes center stage, paving the way for a mid-palate revelation. Here, a delicate and mild citrus sweetness emerges, perfectly harmonising with a lingering touch of liquorice. The grand finale unveils an irresistible symphony of intense cracked black pepper and an exquisite fusion of spices.
Langley's No.8 was born from a quest to create the most balanced of London Dry gins to meet the demands of a modern day, discerning palate. It promises a smooth and timeless gin to be enjoyed in good company.
An exclusive modern-classic cocktail gin with a twist. Designed to impress even the most discerning of gin drinkers, Langley’s Old Tom is intense and impossible to forget – particularly with its high abv, meaning it appeals to those looking for a stronger gin with a long finish.
Recently bronze award winning Queens gin begins with a combination of the subtle sweetness of the underlying grain spirit and orange blossom honey. It’s nicely blended and hard to pin point one note specifically. Towards the back of the palate, dried cherry, a hint of rose blossom and a pleasant balance between juniper and Queens drier character, and just enough sweetness.
The Irish refreshing Dry gin Silks is hand-distilled in a 500-liter copper pot in the family-run Boann distillery. It is made from homemade apple blossoms, honey, elderflower and 10 other botany and plants. They are leached for 24 hours and then distilled and infused with steam.