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Russell Norman and Richard Beatty to open fifth London venue
Martin Millers gin gets the Juniper Society treatment
Dutch gin, Sloane's, launches on UK market
A hot category, gin has seen plenty of innovation of late. But is the drink in danger of losing its personality in the process? Clinton Cawood asks two industry figures for their views
Edgerton is a new small-batch London Dry gin that happens to be pink.
Magellan Gin is a new artisanal blue gin from France, made at the Angeac Distillery by Cognac Ferrand.
The Negroni may only have three ingredients, but its charms are without number, argues Naren Young as he charts the rise of the bartender’s favourite cocktail
A series of interesting afternoon teas are the result of a collaboration between Hendrick's Gin and The Adventurists.
The makers of Heather Gin are expanding their floral repertoire with the launch of an Elderflower gin.
Help Martin Miller’s Gin champion classic drinks and stand a chance of winning a Vespa. The scooter, not the cocktail.
The Feathers hotel in Woodstock has been relaunched with the addition of a new gin bar stocking more than 50 gins from eight different countries and three types of tonic.
Ever fancied mixing your own gin? Well now you can thanks to Sacred, which is launching no less than 28 different distillates ranging from traditional gin botanicals such as coriander and juniper to wormwood and aniseed.
It’s a classic style, but London gin only legally became a category less than a year ago, and new brands are still arriving all the time. Joined by a panel of top bartenders, Clinton Cawood went on a journey into the spirit’s outer-limits, to see what London gin means today
At the recent Bibendum tasting we were intrigued to taste a bottle of Citadelle Reserve Gin, which uses barrel ageing in ex-cognac casks to mellow the gin’s elegant mix of 19 botanicals.