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Drink of the month: Gin

Pour yourself a G&T with the best of our local and classic gins…

Warners Budgens Taste Club

Cotswolds Distillery Dry Gin

Fresh notes of grapefruit and earthy coriander with soft notes of black pepper and Cotswold lavender are just some of the carefully-selected botanicals that make up this gin, created using naturally refined Cotswold water.

Six O’Clock Gin

Created using a custom-built copper still with double sphere head, this gin is renowned for its characteristic smoothness and clean flavour with citrus, orange peel and elderflower notes underlying the juniper.

Sibling Gin

This triple-distilled gin has tones of blueberry and vanilla with hints of orange and lemon. It is made using water that runs off the Cheltenham hills and is filtered and purified through a layer of naturally occurring Fuller’s Earth.

Bombay Sapphire

With its iconic square, blue bottle, Bombay Sapphire was one of the first boutique gins on the market. It contains 10 hand-selected botanicals that are vapour-infused including coriander from Morocco, liquorice from China, almonds from Spain, and grains of paradise from West Africa.

Tanqueray London Dry Gin

A blend of the purest four-times distilled spirit and four hand-selected botanicals, this is a well-balanced gin, said to be Frank Sinatra’s preferred tipple. The iconic cocktail shaker bottle was first designed in 1948, a nod to the gin’s 180-year heritage.

Sipsmith London

Created by two friends from Cornwall, this gin is the first to be made in a copper still in London since 1829. The recipe was inspired from one found in an 18th century book using botanicals sourced from all over the world. The gin remains a truly hand-crafted spirit, made in small batches with the aim of creating the world’s best London gin!

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