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8 Great Gins to Try this Winter

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8 Great Gins to Try this Winter

If, like us here at The Coolector, you get in the Christmas spirit by, well, imbibing spirits, you’re going to want to take a gander at our list of 8 great gins to try this winter below:


Greenall’s Original Dry Gin

Greenall’s Original London Dry Gin is silky smooth with an underlying hint of spice. There is a delicate bitterness along with a subtle sweetness – a perfectly balanced gin. A blend of eight botanicals come together to create this gold award-winning gin, the heart of the classic gin & tonic. A good G&T may not be everything but it’s not a bad start.


Ebba Tidal Cornish Dry Gin

Juniper and coriander forward with subtle notes of ocean botanicals harvested beneath its surface. A delicious Cornish dry gin, pot distilled in small batches from our small distillery. Mount Bay Distillery harvest seaweeds from the shoreline and add these to their gin, this gives the gin a wonderfully spiced, herbal notes and light saline tones, matching perfectly to the junior and coriander.


Engine Gin

An organic Italian offering, Engine Gin was born in Langhe, in Piedmont, and consists of mouthwatering juniper berries, lemon and sage among its botanicals. The palate is aromatic and bittersweet, and pairs exceptionally well with light tonic and zesty lemon.


Kyrö Gin

Made with 100% rye and local wild botanicals including birch leaves and meadowsweet, Kyrö Gin embodies the fragrance and flavour of a fresh Finnish summer.


Sông Cái Dry Gin

Sông Cái Dry Gin, the first Vietnamese gin, has been praised for its mastery and research in the dry gin category through the use of 16 traditional Vietnamese ingredients such as green turmeric, jungle pepper, black cardamom, and traditional pomelo. This unique gin offers an unforgettable taste experience that perfectly reflects the history and culture of Vietnam.


Muff Irish Potato Gin

Muff Irish Potato Gin is an award-winning Irish gin named after the town of Muff on the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal. It is made from four different types of potatoes, along with mandarin, rosemary, lemon, elderflower, and a little champagne extract for a distinctive taste.


Navy Strength Leithal Craft Gin

This gin is bursting with zesty citrus, refreshingly clean and exceptionally smooth, with a nod to Navy strength. It is a contemporary dry-style gin that dazzles with invigorating citrus freshness. Carefully crafted using botanicals from all four corners of the globe, its exotic balance of citrus and juniper dances delightfully across the tongue.


Tappers Brightside Gin

Brightside Gin is our signature London Dry Gin and the distilled counterpart to Darkside Gin. We are the first and only Distillery in the UK to use two production techniques to create both a cold-compounded and distilled version of the same botanical recipe with fresh, natural coastal ingredients.


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