Sir Robin of Locksley Distilled Artisan Gin is one of the few, if not the only, true English sipping Gins. In a nod to our Geographical location, it is named in honour of a favourite Yorkshire lad and local Sheffield legend, Robin Hood. This Gin boasting a radiant flavour profile thanks to the botanical selection, which includes elderflower, dandelion and pink grapefruit. 


House of Macduff's Fifty/50/Gin is, unsurprisingly, all about the number 50. The first batch was bottled at 50% ABV in these 50cl charming barrel-style bottles. It was created by maturing half of its London dry style gin that's in the barrel bottle you see before you in virgin oak casks for 10 years(!), before finishing the spirit for a further 10 years(!!) in ex-whisky barrels. Keeping the whole Fifty/50 thing going, they then blended this with an equal volume of unaged London dry gin. The result is a gin with a golden, whisky-style colouring and a profile that shares a lot of classic characteristics with whiskey, but ultimately is still a cask-aged gin. The first batch was produced with a limited run of 1994 bottles.

Hoxton gin is made from naturally sourced ingredients including coconut, grapefruit, iris, tarragon, ginger and the all important Juniper berry.


Italian Juniper, Sicilian Pink Grapefruit, Italian Rhubarb and 5 other Botanicals. This Bright Delicious gin is like No other. The Sun-Ripened Sicilian Pink Grapefruits are grown in citrus groves on the Mediterranean coast where the mountains meet the sea. 


Strawberries and Mint are a perfect combination and have been put together since even Roman Times!! 


A Fruity Firework with well-coordinated botanicals. The most important ingredient, the Sicilian Blood Orange peel, is macerated in distilled alcohol for 36 hours together with Italian Juniper Berries.

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