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Taking its name from the Ungava Peninsula, Quebec, Ungava is a complex gin. It is made from six rare, botanicals; Nordic Juniper, Arctic Blend, Cloudberry, Crowberry, Labrador Tea and Wild Rose Hips. Ungava has a distinctive flavour profile and the natural, vibrant colour.
GERMANY (MONKEY 47)
This unusual gin from the Black Forest in Germany is made with an incredible 47 botanicals, hence the name! Bottled at 47%, it’s rich and complex, hence the bucketfuls of critical acclaim. Predictably complex, this is a powerful gin with plenty of spice, fruit and herb flavours.
KI NO BI (JAPAN)
Ki No Bi (‘The Beauty of the Seasons’) is inspired by tradition and is distilled, blended and bottled in Kyoto. Our gin is made in a recognisable dry style but with a distinct Japanese accent. This Dry Gin is created with Japanese botanicals such as yellow yuzu from the north of Kyoto Prefecture, hinoki wood chips (Japanese cypress), bamboo, gyokuro tea from the Uji region and green sanshō (Japanese peppercorn) berries.
Bottled at 45.7% ABV, Ki No Bi uses a rice spirit base and peerless water sourced in the famous sake-brewing district, Fushimi. Mastering not only the science of distillation as others have done before, but also the age-old art of blending, Ki No Bi separate the botanicals in their gin into six different categories: Base, Citrus, Tea, Herbal, Spice and Floral and distil each category individually.
The birthplace of gin – distilled by the Vergnano Family, a sip of Malfy Gin captures the perfect gin moment: sitting on a sunny terrace, enjoying the view, “Dolce far niente”, the sweet art of doing nothing.
IRELAND (METHOD AND MADNESS)
Behold, Method and Madness’s very first gin! Irish Micro Distilled Gin was inspired by historic gin recipes dating back to 1798, which, after all this time have been preserved at the Midleton Distillery. It’s crafted over at the Irish distillery in County Cork and the spirit boasts 16 botanicals, though the stars of this show are black lemon (which is in fact actually a dried lime) and Irish gorse flower. Garnish this one with a ribbon of lemon peel, and you’re set.
Distilled since 1857, Seagram’s Gin was first introduced in the US in 1939 as Seagrams Ancient Bottle Distilled Dry Gin. It is now the number one gin brand in the States. Unlike other gins, Seagrams is ‘mellowed’ in charred white oak whiskey barrels, which gives the gin maturity and smoothness. Seagram’s unique flavour is the result of an exotic blend of botanicals which impart a distinctive citrus taste with hints of orange peel and cinnamon.
A quintessential London dry gin made with big juniper character and strong citrus notes, this is an authentic London Dry for those that enjoy the real taste of gin.
Still made in London to our founder James Burrough’s original recipe of 9 botanicals featuring bold juniper, zesty Seville Orange and Lemon Peel, Desmond Payne – the world’s most experienced master distiller – oversees a bold and distinct gin that sets the standard for London Dry Gins and claims the title of The World’s Most Awarded Gin