• Limited Edition

  • Ash wood clip, 100% natural product Infused with apricots, oranges and blackberries 100% handmade from juniper berries, blackberries, apricot and botanicals from Germany With the purchase of our gin you support a sustainable project. additional botanicals: lemon, cardamom, coriander, allspice, ginger, hibiscus flower, roses, nutmeg, elderflower Made in the Blackforest

  • Blaeberries, Rowanberries, Kelp Seaweed

  • Avva - means a respected grand-mother, a respected mother, any old or respectable woman in the Indian language of Dravidian.  In Hebrew it means to overturn or ruin which links the reputation that gin had as ‘Mother’s Ruin’ from the Hogarth era. Our still has been named after the founder/owners grand-mothers, Jessie Jean (J-J) and [...]

  • The BEERENKRÄFTE Gin is a strong, multi-layered and particularly harmonious gin from Styria, Austria on the palate. It is produced in small quantities of 360 bottles / batch with typical gin ingredients such as juniper, coriander and some other botanicals. In addition to elderflower, lemon and orange zest, the Berry Powers Gin owes its complex [...]

  • For gin enthusiasts it is a revelation, for gin novices it is about discovering an unexpected individual taste.

  • Carefully handcrafted in the Scottish Highlands, Caorunn expertly infuses five locally foraged gin botanicals. Artisanal and small batch, beautifully mixing the rugged charm of Speyside with the urban sophistication of modern Scotland. Taste Notes: Modern “London Dry” Gin with a dry and crisp, aromatic taste and a long dry finish. Appearance: Perfectly clear like pure [...]

  • White Mulberry, Iris Root, Oregano

  • The first gin released from The Connacht Whiskey Company. The gin contains a variety of Irish botanicals including elderberry flower and hawthorn berry. The gin was produced by award winning gin maker, Robert Castell. It contains strong notes of juniper and hints of berry on the nose and is bottled at 42.3%. The name Concullin [...]

  • Legend has it British Columbians did prohibition better than anyone else.  No, you couldn't buy alcohol, but your doctor could prescribe it for you. Now, we're no Doctors - though our distillery is a former Doctor's office - but we'd like to think our handcrafted gin would have been scrawled across prescription pads throughout the [...]