Monkey 47: Named for using 47 different botanicals, a world record. A curious gin from the Black Forest in Germany. Served with an orange slice and rosemary, a very distinctive bottle and gin.
Ophir: An Oriental spiced gin, with a very warm taste. A beautifully designed bottle makes this gin stand out on the shelf. Served with a slice of red chilli, this is a gin to warm anyones heart.
Plymouth: A very simple gin. Distilled using the same blend of seven botanicals, soft Dartmoor water and pure grain alcohol since 1793. The simplicity of lemon or lime suits best.
Saffron: The extraordinary (all natural) colour of Boudier's Saffron gin is all from the gins signature ingredient - the most expensive spice in the world. Producing a slight orange hue its complimented very well with a slice of orange.
Silent Pool: With its beautiful bottle, Silent Pool gin is named after the eponymous lake near to where its produced in Surrey. With 24 botanicals it can be complimented in various ways, Coriander leaf and a citrus slice is our choice. Maybe an edible flower too!
Sipsmith's Dry Gin: One of the best selling gin brands around, these guys really know what they are doing. Artisanal hand crafted gin which is best served with lemon or lime.
Tanqueray No.TEN: Crowned 'best white spirit' three times in a row at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition at which point it was retired from the competition into the Hall of Fame, where it remains the only white spirit. Made for the perfect Martini in mind or served with any slice of citrus.
The Botanist: The only gin from Islay. Islay known for its whiskey but this Gin is top notch, 22 of its 31 botanicals are native to the island itself. This makes this gin different, served with a fresh slice of grapefruit.
The London No.1: Made in small batches this gin has a slightly blue colour and has an aroma of Earl Grey tea. At 47% its high in strength but not noticeable when served with lemon peel, juniper berries and a basil leaf to garnish.
Warner Edwards Harrington Dry: Award winning hand crafted artisan gins, Warner Edwards are distilled in Harrington, Northamptonshire and the brand has a really nice family feel. The Harrington Dry Gin is served best with a slice of orange.
Warner Edwards Rhubarb: Originally made using a crop of Rhubarb grown in the kitchen garden of Buckingham Palace during the reign of Queen Victoria. An alluring pink gin best accompanied by a slice of Rhubarb. Authentic British craft at its best.
Whitley Neill: The heart of Africa distilled. The finish is a long one with a subtle fade of herbs, cocoa and candied lemon peels, while the nose is both citrusy sweet and peppery, with a distinctive floral aroma. Served with a slice of fresh Orange.
William Chase: After making their award winning Vodka using potatoes from their farm, along came this amazing gin. A very elegant and crisp gin, we serve it with lemon and a generous helping of fresh ginger.
Beefeater: The worlds most awarded gin served best with a twist of lemon peel.
Bloom: Bring out the ultimate floral tones with some tonic and strawberries.
Bombay Sapphire: With ten different botanicals this gin is served best with a squeeze of fresh lime and lime garnish.
Brockmans: With a twist of pink grapefruit and two blueberries the acidity and floral notes combine beautifully with the unique botanicals.
Brecon Special Reserve: Originating from the Brecon Beacons National Park, form which it takes its name. This super clear gin sits perfect with lemon, however our preference is with a slice of orange and some fresh coriander.
Broker's: Known as 'The Gentlemans Gin' simply served best with a wedge of fresh lime.
Bulldog: A delicious english gin made with twelve different botanicals and is four times distilled in copper pots. Tastes amazing with a twist of grapefruit and slice of lemon.
Caorunn: Pronounced Ka-roon, its carefully handcrafted in the scottish highlands. A very refreshing taste served with slices of red apple.
Edinburgh Rhubarb & Ginger: Tangy spring crop rhubarb macerated with oriental ginger and lemon zest is infused to create a nostalgia-inducing rose-hued tipple perfect for summer cocktails or as a winter warmer! Rhubarb and an apple slice.
Edinburgh Raspberry: A fruity liqueur handmade in the heart of Scotland by infusing our award-winning Edinburgh Gin with mixture of juicy Perthshire Raspberries and cane sugar. Most effective with a few raspberries, also goes lovely mixed with Prosecco!
Gin Mare: A Mediterranean gin distilled in a small village just outside Barcelona. Perfect served with and olive, sprig of rosemary or thyme and a basil leaf to finish. A personal favourite at The Gin Trailer.
Gordon's: A firm favourite and very well known, the worlds best selling London Dry Gin. Served with a squeeze of fresh lime and wedge of lime to garnish, refreshing!
Hendricks: The delightfully curious Hendricks, experience its peculiar flavour, infused with rose and cucumber and distilled in a remote Scottish distillery. Serve simply with a cucumber slice.
Hotel Chocolat: This Cocoa Gin is a small batch gin infused with cocoa shells. Exceptionally smooth with a satisfying finish. Served with a slice of orange.
King Of Soho: Created as a tribute to the original 'king of soho' Paul Raymond by his son Howard. Distilled in the heart of London and a slice of grapefruit kicks this gin to life. Clear citrus notes with warm spice coming through.
Martin Millers: Multiple award winning gin, using nine botanicals and the purist Icelandic water its a very fresh gin. Served with quartered Strawberries and one twist of black pepper.