TAKE YOUR TASTE BUDS ON A BOTANICAL EXPEDITION.
The world of modern gins is a wonderful place. From the subtle to the complex, gin is a highly versatile spirit to which almost any botanical can be added. This has resulted in an explosion of styles, flavours and aromas. We’ve brought together some of the best gins from around the world for you to try, infused with everything from rose petals, cucumber and olive, to rhubarb, lavender and cardamom.
The quintessential taste of summer – candied wild strawberries combine with zesty lemon verbena in this limited-edition seasonal gin. We love to pair it with Fever-Tree Elderflower Tonic and liberally garnish with summer fruits.
The Best Fruit Liqueur at the 2017 World Liqueur Awards, this is the essence of summer. Strawberries, cucumber, orange and mint are cold-distilled and blended with gin, orange liqueur, wine, herbs and spices to make this delicious, versatile liqueur.
This gin is created with locally-sourced honey, including honey from the hives on Warner Edwards’ very own farm.
This gin is the product of eight generations of distilling history. Its recipe uses a blend of eight botanicals including juniper, angelica root, coriander and liquorice, with a natural flavour burst of the quintessential English country garden flower, the violet.
Honey and sugar complement the traditional botanicals of Hernö Dry Gin to create a classic sweetness which we pair with Fever-Tree Indian Tonic.
Botanivore or “botanical eater,” is comprised of 19 different botanicals working in concert. Think of a meadow in bloom — herbaceous, fresh, and elegant. It’s like a greenhouse in a bottle. Bright, complex but very approachable American craft gin.
The first gin from Japan’s legendary Suntory. This expression includes six Japanese botanicals. We like to pair Roku with Fever-Tree Aromatic Tonic.
A truly modern Australian gin which captures the essence of contemporary Australia’s heritage in Europe & Asia. Made with lemon myrtle and Tasmanian pepperberry leaf to give a gentle spice warmth. Pair with a Fever-Tree Aromatic Tonic.
This amber South African gin is made from a grape-based spirit with botanicals including rooibos and honeybush. A richly textured, crisp gin which we pair with Fever-Tree Indian Tonic.
Open flame copper pot distilled at Chateau de Bonbonnet in Cognac, France. Juniper gives way to a voluptuous complexity redolent of fresh flowers, with an elegant finish. We pair this with Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic.
This superb juniper forward Colombian gin is aged in used rum barrels. Juniper and angelica combine with mint and pepper to create a flavourful and smooth gin which we love to pair with Fever-Tree Ginger Ale.
A most unusual gin infused with cucumber and rose petals. It would only be right to pair this with Fever-Tree Indian Tonic water, garnished with a slice of cucumber and cucumber bitters.
The quintessential Tanqueray gin recipe, distilled with Seville oranges and paired alongside a Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic water, garnished with orange.
Distilled with raspberries for a fresh fruit kick, we pair this gin with Fever-Tree Elderflower Tonic and garnish it with a sprig of mint.
Made with homegrown Devon violets. Best paired with Fever-Tree Indian Tonic, garnished with strawberries.
A recreation of the popular 17th century style gin.
Sweet and citrusy, with a bitter almond finish.
Sweet, and delightfully tart. A truly superb twist on the classic G&T.
A wonderfully British gin from the producers of Whitley Neill.
Made using a crop of rhubarb originally owned by Queen Victoria.
Made using the water from the Silent Pool in the Surrey hills.
A herbaceous taste of the Mediterranean.
A warming gin with a rush of pink peppercorn.
47 botanicals make for a gin with unrivalled complexity.
From the Isle of Islay using 22 locally hand-foraged botanicals.
A gin infused with hints of dark chocolate and lemon.
One of the most high renowned gins in the world, and the recipient of multiple awards.
Juniper-led, with citrus notes and a touch of spice.
Super premium variant of Bombay Sapphire.
Made using Dartmoor water since 1793.
Classic London Dry from Chiswick, West London.
Refreshing, crisp and clean, with smooth pine notes.
Exceptional, and uniquely distilled with fresh citrus.
Smooth citrus flavours with a light juniper body.
Handcrafted at Summerhall Distillery in Edinburgh.