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  1. Jawbox Dry Gin

    The brainchild of Belfast-barman, Gerry White, Jawbox is a small batch gin named after the ever-celebrated Belfast sink colloquially known as the ‘Jawbox’. This classic dry gin is an ode to a time when the front door was left unlocked and the scullery was home to the heart of the kitchen, the big sink, where the craic was heard and unforgettable stories were shared. Inspired by the magnificent industrial era of Northern Irish history when ordinary men and women put Belfast on the map for hard graft and craft, Jawbox is a modern expression of this traditional, impressive and uncompromising character. The Ards Peninsula is home to The Jawbox Distillery and the fields where its grain is grown and harvested. It's here where things are done the hard way, for the right reasons. First, the grain is distilled slowly in a tradition copper pot still, a careful selection of local and exotic botanicals are then steeped overnight in the warmed spirit, releasing their maximum influence and preserving their delicate flavours and aromas. On the nose, Jawbox is an impressive experience of bold juniper and pine, balanced with a gentle touch of sweet coriander and clean citrus.
  2. Mór Irish Gin and Tonic Gift Set

    For the Gin lover, a bottle of Mór Gin with an infusion kit to allow full experimentation along with 2 Fevertree tonics! *For deliveries outside of Dublin, presentation will include appropriate packaging to limit breakages in transport and may not appear as per photo. Contents will remain the same.
  3. Pickering's Gin Baubles

    Pickering's Gin Baubles is a must for all gin fans across the country. The most wanted Christmas tree decoration is now available for sale in Ireland. After huge demand from customers all around the world last year (selling out in a record 82 seconds), Pickering’s Gin has harvested a bumper crop of their award-winning baubles for 2017. This year Pickering’s Gin - based in the heart of Edinburgh – started production of their Pickering’s Gin Baubles in January to meet demand, but is expected to, once again, sell out fast. In the months leading up to Christmas, the small team at Pickering's wake extra early, pull on their pointy hats and venture into the freezing wilds of Scotland. There they forage amongst the ancient juniper trees, plucking the ripest, plumpest Pickering's Gin Baubles. Once back in the workshop, they fill, cap, ribbon, pack and wrap every single one with the fastest-working hands in Gin Lane.
  4. Gin Fusion Kit

    This Gin Fusion Kit contains four of the most flavoursome botanicals (5g Juniper Berries, 3g Hibiscus Flower, 6g Cardamom Pods and 5g Pink Peppercorn) to give your standard Gin And Tonic extra flavour, aroma and spice. Every kit comes supplied with a serving spoon and a 4 compartment resealable tub. Each kit makes 15-20 luxurious G & T's - bring your drink to life!
  5. James Joyce Gin

    "A beautifully crafted, premium small-batch Irish Gin with delicate notes of bay leaf, heather and clove, this smooth blend of nine botanicals will keep the spirit warm and the soul hearty. BOTANICALS Bay Leaf ~ Heather ~ Clove Coriander ~ Juniper ~ Cassia Bark Orris Root ~ Angelica Root Citrus Peel"
  6. Bonac Gin Box

    Bonac Gin - 1 Gin Fusion Kit - 4 Poacher's tonic - 1 Bonac Gin Glass (while stocks last) in clear lid box.

  7. Dingle Gin Box

    Dingle Gin - 1 Gin Fusion Kit - 1 Dingle Gin Glass - 2 large Fevertree Tonic ~ in hat box
  8. Gunpowder Gin Box

    Gunpowder Gin - 1 Gin Fusion Kit - 2Fevertree Tonic ~ in clear lid box
  9. Glendalough Gin Box

    Glendalough Gin - 4 Poachers Tonic ~ in clear lid box
  10. Chinnery Gin 70cl

    A brand new favourite addition to our Irish Gin selection! "With Chinnery Gin, we wanted to capture some of the romance of the Old China Trade. In the early 19th Century, all trade with Imperial China was conducted at the southern port of Canton, by order of the emperor. Among the main commodities purchased there were silk, porcelain, tea and cassia. We searched the wholesale tea market at Canton for a very particular variety of oolong tea and combined it with cassia bark (sometimes known as Chinese cinnamon and often used in place of cinnamon) and osmanthus, a flower with a wonderfully sweet fragrance that is redolent of the very streets of Canton. Chinnery Gin evokes the romance and flavours of the Old China Trade with sweet oolong tea, spicy cassia bark and wonderfully fragrant oamanthus flowers." Chinnery distillery
  11. Bonac 24

    A fresh gin out of Co. Wicklow distilled with juniper, angelica root, cucumber, spearmint, pear, lemon, bergamot, curacao, to name a few botanicals... aromas of spring fields, mint and fresh cut grass hit your nose upon pouring a glass. On the palate, good amount of juniper, fresh citrus, earthy spice and green fruits. Serve with tonic garnished with mint and lime.
  12. Old Carrick Mill Gin

    This Gin hails from the town of Carrickmaccross in Co. Monaghan. There is an old saying from the area which goes ‘ from Carrickmacross to Crossmaglen, there are more rogues than honest men.’ It stems from an incident where a young man was up before the local Magistrate for being drunk . When questioned, the man man claimed that someone had slipped some whiskey into his tea, to which the Judge replied ‘from Carrickmacross to Crossmaglen, there are more rogues than honest men.’ Patrick Kavanagh immortalised the saying in a later poem. This Gin is named after the incident and poem from Kavanagh, who was from Inniskeen, Co. Monaghan. Creamy and smooth in the mouth with flavours of green herbs, juniper, citrus peel, spice and pear tart. The quality of the ingredients and base spirit shines through creating a gin that is pleasant to drink even without mixing.
  13. Beara Ocean Gin

    From the Beara Distillery located in West Cork on the Beara Penninsula. This gin uses local botanicals to give it a unique flavour along with salt water and sugar kelp taken from the sea. The distillery has a traditional German Muller still as well as a highly automated I-Still giving them a highly flexible setup.
  14. Beara Pink Ocean Gin

    Beara Distillery's latest release is a limited edition pink gin - which has arrived just in time for Valentine's Day! Infused with Ventry sugar kelp, hand-picked Beara fuschia and Atlantic sea water; embracing the terrior of the region. Cranberries and rosewater have been added to give the gin a beautiful pink hue and add another dimension of flavour.
  15. Cocktail Fusion Kit

    The Expert Cocktail Fusion Kit by Laura of Drinks Botanicals! Everything you could need to make the perfect Cocktail. Includes a Cocktail Shaker, Cocktail Strainer, Spirits Pourer, Mixing Spoon, 2 Metal Straws, Measuring Jigger Botanicals included Blood Oranges, Hibiscus Flowers, Rose Buds, Grapefruit Peel
  16. Angostura Orange Bitters

    Product Description: Made with the same original secret recipe since 1824, the world famous Angostura aromatic bitters remains the quintessential and definitive ingredient for classic and contemporary cocktails. Its versatility, however, stretches way beyond the bar counter as it serves as a unique flavor enhancer with the ability to marry flavors in the preparation of all food dishes. Angostura Orange Bitters can also be used in food and drink recipes that call for orange zest. Ingredients: Derived from the peels of sun-ripened oranges, caraway seed, and coriander, water, 28% alcohol, herbs and spices Size: 4 oz Origin: Trinidad & Tobago
  17. Listoke 1777 Irish Gin

    A robust and rounded gin from the heart of The Boyne Valley in Co. Louth. Jasmine, juniper, citrus and cardamom are botanicals favored here. Serve over ice with a good tonic and slice of orange rind.
  18. Grace O Malley Heather infused Irish Gin

    An intense Irish gin using 14 botanicals form the west of Ireland. A rounded fresh and fruit forward style. Lovely floral hints from the heather and a herb infused finish. Serve over ice with a wedge of blood orange.
  19. An Dúlamán Irish Maritime Gin

    An Dúlamán Irish Maritime Gin is the first gin distilled in Co. Donegal. To make An Dúlamán we capture “Draíocht na Farraige” (the magic of the sea) by using five locally harvested varieties of seaweed, as well as six other botanicals. This makes An Dúlamán as unique as the Donegal coast itself. The palate has incredibly bright and soft juniper to the fore and as it subsides An Dúlamán’s complexity is revealed in rich umami, brisk salt and then a buttery oyster smoothness with hints of chestnut and firm tannin. Given time, sweet notes of turkish delight ebb to a comforting warmth.
  20. Glendalough Rose Gin

    To make this very special, small-batch Gin the Glendalough Wild Gin recipe was rebalanced and redistilled with extra fruit, flowers, spices and a lot of fresh rose petals. Three varieties of rose are used, the rare and elusive Wild Rose from the Wicklow mountains, large fragrant Heritage Roses, and the ancient prized Damask Rose all come together to make this a naturally pink and very floral gin.
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