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    • Admiral Vernons Old J Tiki Fire
    • Admiral Vernons Old J Tiki Fire
      • £49.25
    • Here at Steep Hill Wines, we like to sample our products first. Which is usually a rather pleasurable experience, because that way, we can write an individual product description. Having laughed at the 'fire' bit and sampled the rum, it took about half an hour to write the full description. When they say 'don't drink it neat', they really do mean 'don't drink it neat'. The fire bit now makes sense…
    • Bandsman Gin
    • Bandsman Gin
      • £25.95
    • Bandsman Gin, is the brain child of James Wood, James plays the Tuba for both Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Concert Band and Newark and Sherwood Concert Band. This gin is very good indeed, different & unique, produced using a traditional cold compound (Bath Tub) method. Using fresh British Tomatoes & Basil as a base, The aromas and taste are really inviting, Juniper overtones mingle with fresh citr…
    • Brockmans Gin
    • Brockmans Gin
      • £37.95
    • This gin is one that we're asked for time and time again. Infused with 10 botanicals (Juniper, Corriander, Blackberries, Blueberries, Orris Root, Cassia Bark, Liquorice, Orange &Lemon, Angelica root, and Almonds). Enjoy neat over ice or serve with Tonic Water or Ginger Ale.
    • Cotez Blanco White Rum
    • Cotez Blanco White Rum
      • £24.25
    • Biscuity, vanilla, smokey and agave (the stuff in tequila) all play together here. This white rum of Panama is best suited as a mixing rum, but, we always say - try it on its own first!
    • Crossbill 200 Ltd Edition Dry Gin
    • Crossbill 200 Ltd Edition Dry Gin
      • £89.95
    • In the ancient juniper forests of Scotland there are some rare plants which have been producing juniper for centuries, the grand dames of the highland forests. So on discovering a specimen that is over 200 years old (in Scotland it's rare for Juniper to age more than 200 years) we decided to do something very special to honour this time aged fruit. As a tribute to this magnificent specimen we have…
    • Doorlys 3yr old White Rum
    • Doorlys 3yr old White Rum
      • £30.49
    • Rum of Barbados. And as white as the sand on the beaches of Barbados. On the nose, you're looking at pineapple and tropical fruity notes, followed by a touch of coconut on the palate. Clean and ideal for cocktails (but drinking it by itself it still pleasant). 40% ABV (80 Proof)
    • Eden Mill Love Gin
    • Eden Mill Love Gin
      • £33.95
    • This is a pink gin. Hence the love part of it. Expect floral and warm berry notes. We're also looking at juniper, angelica, coriander, rose petal, hibiscus, elderberry, goji berry, raspberry leaf and rhubarb root. All in a ceramic bottle.
    • Eden Mill Oak Gin
    • Eden Mill Oak Gin
      • £33.95
    • This is something a little bit different. One should expect a warming whisky-like note, that seems to also carry mulled wine notes (cinnamon, clementine and cloves). Juniper, coriander, angelica and oaky notes run throughout.
    • Edinburgh Gin Valentines Special
    • Edinburgh Gin Valentines Special
      • £39.95
    • Last year, this was a massive seller, to the points where we ended up selling out early. Think chamomile, lemon balm and lemongrass. As if that wasn’t enough, it’s been macerated with rose and hibiscus, so we’ve got a beautifully aromatic, floral gin.
    • Malfys Gin, Italy
    • Malfys Gin, Italy
      • £34.25
    • Just think lemon. Fresh, smooth and lively, citrusy Italian Gin. Made with Italian juniper and lemons, giving the aroma of a lemon plucked fresh from the tree. For collectors, the bottle may also be of some interest. It has a real oak stopper and the bottle is produced using traditional Italian glass design techniques.
    • Manchester Zymurgorium Marmalade Gin
    • Manchester Zymurgorium Marmalade Gin
      • £39.75
    • When a distiller and a preserve producer get their heads together, what happens? Marmalade Gin, of course. Doesn't take too much explaining this one, apart from if you're a citrus lover, here it is. Fresh, easy to drink and bitter-sweet.
    • Monkey 47 Gin
    • Monkey 47 Gin
      • £46.75
    • Just when you thought you couldn't throw any more at a bottle of Gin, the folks in Schwarzwald have decided to make a gin using 47 botanicals. Nutters. There are, however, a few things that stand out. Lime, berries and spruce-like woodiness. Flavours of citrus, ending with hibiscus. Complex, rich and smooth. And an interesting bottle.
    • Pickerings Gin Baubles
    • Pickerings Gin Baubles
      • £32.95
    • They're here! Baubles filled with gin - I mean - what a jolly good idea. Whether you need a stocking filler, or you want to keep the lot for yourself, these are a perfect way to kick off the Christmas shopping madness. Each Bauble contains 5cl (that's a double) of Pickering's Gin and you get 6 baubles in a box. Be quick, these will not stay on the shelves for very long!
    • Pirates Grog 5yr old
    • Pirates Grog 5yr old
      • £34.75
    • A 5 year old rum of Honduras. Aged in Bourbon barrels for five years, producing a rich golden colour and a cracking smooth finish, with flavours of raisin, butterscotch and vanilla. And it ain't going to blow your head off either... 37.5% ABV (75 Proof)
    • Plantation Pineapple Rum
    • Plantation Pineapple Rum
      • £43.95
    • If you're into pineapple, look no further. The flavour is pretty obvious, but here's how they do it: Take the rind of a Queen Victoria pineapple Macerate rind with the 3* white house rum (about 1 week) Add the flesh of the pinapple and the Plantation Dark Rum at the same time of distilling the white rum. The pulp is given 3 months to fully permeate into the dark rum Blend white and dark rum togeth…
    • Sharish Blue Magic
    • Sharish Blue Magic
      • £44.95
    • This is a beautiful Portuguese Gin. Not only is the bottle a little eye-catching number, but the liquid inside is just different. When tonic water is added to this gin, it turns from a solid blue to a soft pink colour. The botanicals in here are: Juniper, Coriander seeds, liquorice, angelica root, Alentejo lemon peel, ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, Clitoria Ternatea, strawberry and raspberry.
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