Shortcross Gin is made by Northern Irish craft gin distillery, Rademon Estate. This small batch gin is made using their custom made still, which features a 450 litre copper pot still and two enrichment columns. Using intriguing botanicals like fresh apple, elderberry and wild clover, as well as juniper, coriander, orange peel, lemon peel and cassia, they produce a vibrant, floral style of gin that befits savouring it neat, as well as enjoying with tonic.
The first gin to be distilled in Co. Donegal. Dúlamán is the name of an Irish folk song which relates a conversation between two seaweed collectors (it is also the name of one of our gin seaweeds). The coast around Sliabh Liag holds an extraordinary bounty for such foragers with their centuries-old knowledge of harvesting and harnessing the qualities of these natural products. An Dúlamán bottles are reminiscent of those found along the Donegal coast during the wrecks of the Spanish Armada. Each bottle is wax sealed and the batch number is linked to the lunar phases. To make An...
An unusual gin from the Black Forest in Germany, Monkey 47 contains a unique ingredient. No, not that! Lingonberries! The 47 comes from the number of botanicals that go into this unique gin, and the fact it's bottled at a healthy 47%. It seems that the botanicals speak for themselves, as the gin has received bucketfuls of critical acclaim. Some say less is more, not for Monkey 47!
An exceptional Irish gin created by the masters and apprentices in Midleton Distillery, Co. Cork. Crafted from an eclectic fusion of 16 botanicals, led by black lemon and Irish gorse flower. Micro distilled in the oldest gin pot still in Ireland.
Spicy pine and notes of earthy woodland frost balanced with a burst of citrus.
Serve with Fever Tree Mediterranean tonic water & garnish with a lemon twist.
Pink Strawberry Flavoured Gin.
Beefeater Pink is the vibrant new strawberry gin from Beefeater London.
The soft fruit flavours of strawberry tune perfectly with classic notes of juniper and citrus to produce a finely balanced contemporary London gin with a hit of sweet strawberry. Serve with tonic or lemonade, ice and strawberries!
An Irish gin produced near Kircubbin in County Down, made with a base of barley grown, harvested and floor-malted by the Echlinville distillery. The botanicals used to give the gin its flavour profile include gorse flower petals, sweet kelp, lavender, anise, coriander and juniper. Echlinville Gin is the only Irish gin to have been awarded the coveted Three Star rating at the Great Taste Awards.
Herbaceous and sweet at first, with a little hint of orange oil coming through. Soon enough, a slight touch of coastal, almost salty seaweed appears. WineWorks favourite!
Jackford Gin is a premium, locally sourced, locally distilled spirit from the Stafford family, potato growers in county Wexford. As well as potatoes (grown on the family's farm in Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.) and the customary juniper, this gin was crafted with botanicals including rosemary, liquorice root, angelica, black peppercorns, orris root, cassia bark, basil, gooseberries and bitter orange.
An Irish gin from made with juniper, angelica, orris, caraway, coriander, meadowsweet, cardamom and star anise as well as vapour infused oriental lemon and lime, fresh grapefruit and gunpowder tea! It's produced at The Shed distillery, who are also making their own Irish pot still and single malt whiskeys. Glass packs while stocks last.
“In September 2018 we launched Kilbroney; a premium Irish gin, followed by a flavoured, Ruby Irish Gin. We hand produce everything on site; from distillation and bottling to labelling & packaging. The beautiful label artwork is designed by well known, successful Irish artist Kathryn Callaghan. The label captures the wild heartland where we find our home, and what inspires us to do what we do.Inspired by our surroundings, we have captured the very essence of the Mournes; employing the help of an ethnobotanist, who scours the mountains, foraging local edible botanicals. This has allowed us to build up a library...
‘Using whey alcohol from the local dairy farmers here in Cork, together with our own natural well water and an interesting mix of locally foraged and grown botanicals, we have hand-crafted a gin that highlights the character of Bertha in her prime.’
The brainchild of Gerry Calabrese and James Rackham of Emporia Brands who appointed world-renowned distillers, Gabriel Boudier of Dijon, France, the task to make this unusual, tasty grapefruit and coconut gin.
There is a subtle rather than overwhelming presence of juniper on the nose; on the palate, a variety of botanicals vie for prominence, including coconut and grapefruit, with grapefruit winning out in the end.
This is superbly well-balanced gin with a silky, mouth-filling range of flavours.
From Brockmans distillery in London comes ‘Brockmans Intensely Smooth Gin.’ Its unique selection of botanicals including Tuscan juniper berries, Bulgarian coriander, blueberries, blackberries and bittersweet Valencian orange peel are steeped in grain spirit. It is then distilled in a 100 year old copper still, with the final gin boasting, as its name may suggest, an intensely smooth profile!