1689 Gin

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Founders of the Amsterdam Craft Gin Company, Alexander Janssens and Patrick van der Peet, created Gin 1689 based on an original 300-year-old recipe from the time of King William III of England, also known as William of Orange, and Queen Mary II, found in the archives of the British Library. The founders spent two years [...]

London to Lima Gin – Mulberry and Coca Peruvian Liqueur

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This gin represents a tradition of adventure. From the moment Alex (British) met Karena (Peruvian) they bonded through a shared passion for exploring the unknown. They aspired to create something that fused their respective backgrounds and heritages, as well as representing their journey together. As a consequence, London to Lima Gin was born!

Barentsz Gin

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The secret to Barentsz Gin comes first and foremost from its unique base spirit – a sophisticated marriage of Golden Rye and Winter Wheat. The creamy texture of the Rye gives a longer, rounded finish. Wheat adds complexity and brings out sweeter notes which compliment the fresh taste of natural mandarin peel and our signature [...]

Jaisalmer Gin

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Jaisalmer Indian Craft Gin is as royal and spectacular in its lineage as the name suggests. A triple-distilled neutral grain spirit, re-distilled in a traditional copper pot still; the recipe is handcrafted in a time-honoured way. Derived from the ancient Indian knowledge on herbs, the botanicals beautifully release pine notes from Juniper. An intense nose [...]

Pinkster Gin

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It all came about when founder Stephen realised wine and beer no longer agreed with him. A keen maker of sloe liqueurs and other concoctions, he turned his attention to spirits and started experimenting at home, mashing assorted fruits with different spirit strengths. He wasn't intentionally creating a pink drink, it's just that after working his [...]