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Unique Craft Gins delivered to your door, a dream for Gin lovers everywhere!

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Treat yourself or a loved one to Craft Gin!

Just £35 per month for Craft Gin delivered to your door.

Choose from Monthly, Bi-Monthly or Quarterly Deliveries.

Sign up by the 4th of the month to receive Gin in the middle of the same month.

Members get the option each month to ‘Add On’ a Tonic & Garnish box to complement the Gin or stick with #justgin

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Monthly

Receive a different gin delivery every month

£35 for 1 bottle every Month

Bi-Monthly

Receive a different gin delivery every 2 months

£35 for 1 bottle every 2 Months

Quarterly

Receive a different gin delivery every 3 months

£35 for 1 bottle every 3 Months

British Summer Time

After a long, cold, snowy winter, British summertime starts on 25th March.  The clocks Spring forward an hour meaning that evenings will be longer, giving us more time to enjoy a daylight G&T. British Summertime was established by the Summer Time Act 1916, after a campaign by William Willett who was a builder.   Willett never […]

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By Gin Lovers, for Gin Lovers.

Gin is, at its simplest, a spirit flavoured with a variety of botanicals, with the predominant flavour being Juniper. Despite that simple start, it is a spirit with a long and turbulent history, as well as a vibrant present and future.

While gin is often seen as England’s traditional spirit, its origins are very much from over the sea. Juniper has been used to flavour spirits almost since the invention of distillation, both for its perceived medicinal qualities as well as its flavour, but it is only since the 17th century that the beginnings of modern gin started to appear.

The invention of genever, Dutch-style gin, is often attributed to Franciscus Sylvius in the early-mid 1600s. However, gin’s current story starts when it hopped the English channel, and became well known in Britain after William of Orange took the English throne in 1688. Due to a low taxation, locally produced gin was cheap to make and thus cheap to buy – gin’s popularity exploded.

Did you know?

Juniper has been used for more than 1,000 years as a medicine to treat rheumatism, arthritis, loss of appetite (as well as overactive appetite) and gout

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