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The Telegraph Gin Experience with Fever Tree - August 2018

The Telegraph Gin Experience

The Telegraph Gin Experience this year sees London’s most luxurious gin festival grow in size, and most importantly, gin!

With the event taking place on July 31st and August 1st, you need not miss out as we are here to offer all the Gins that will be showcased at this prestigious annual event.

As the official retailer we have captured all the various gins carefully selected by our friends at The Telegraph and their spirit experts Susy Atkins who’s resident food and drink columnist for Stella, Neil Ridley and Joel Harrison, who are hosts at the luxury two-day affair, helping gin enthusiasts, social gin lovers and those new to the world of gin find their perfect blend. You are spoilt for choice!

Top 10 Best Gins

The Telegraph’s Gin Experience Top 10 Best Gins have been selected by popular demand. Through your love of gin, we have put together the best from over 100 different expressions. Flavoured, coloured, liqueur and cream gins will make your gin experience truly unique, and your cocktails well rounded and balanced. A classic G&T, martini, negroni or perhaps a James Bond Vesper, only a certain type of Gin will hit the spot Chin-Chin!

Edinburgh Gin

Since 2010, Edinburgh Gin has been committed to the art and science of distilling, and of creating innovative, award-winning gins. Its artful distillation captures the spirit of these luminaries while respecting and paying tribute to their unique sense of place

Warner Edwards

Lovingly hand-crafted on Falls Farm, in the picturesque village of Harrington, Northamptonshire. This husband and wife team, Tom & Tina Warner, independently distill in small batches using only natural ingredients that are farm grown or locally sourced wherever possible

Hi-Spirits

In a journey of discovery to find the perfect gin selection, these five different brands from around the globe have travel stories from each country of origin, bringing a range of flavour profiles, botanicals and perfect serves

That Boutique-y Gin Company

That Boutique-y Gin Company is the world’s first independent gin bottler. Established in early 2017, with over 30 different gins released; some produced by world-famous gin distillers, some their very own creations, they have picked up some incredible awards so far

Love Drinks

Ableforth's

A multi-award-winning range of spirits and liqueurs crafted without compromise from the very finest ingredients. Each bottle is lovingly wrapped, tied and wax-dipped by hand

Slingsby

Seeking to capture the Spirit of Harrogate and deliver it in every bottle to enjoy. Each of these gins uses the finest pure single grain spirit and is blended with water drawn from the world-famous Harrogate aquifer

Eden Mill

Eden Mill is Scotland's first single-site distillery and brewery. Based on the banks of the river Eden, they are amongst the most fortunate distilleries, with an incredible access to fresh, local botanicals. Making their spirits using a traditional process which requires equal parts passion and patience

Anno

Created by scientists in the heart of Kent, the Garden of England. Handcrafted in small batches fused with scientific knowledge with nature using copper-pot stills. Combining many local botanicals including hops, samphire and Kentish florals, giving this multi-award winning, super smooth, aromatic spirits exceptional quality and flavour.

Haymans

Hayman's of London, have been making True English Gin the same way for over 150 years, dating back to when their family first started distilling in London in 1863 during the original gin boom. Five generations later, proud to be distilling the range of gins using the same family recipes and processes in their South London distillery, the Home of English Gin

Brockmans

Proudly stands alone from other types of gin due to the unique recipe of exquisite botanicals and the patient steeping distillation process. The combination creates an intensely smooth gin taste that is sensual and daringly different

BBR

The Berry Bros. & Rudd London Dry Gin first featured on the company price list in 1909. Known fondly as “Berrys’ Best”, it was also included in “The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks” by David Embury in 1948 as an example of “superior British gin production”

Carthy & Black

Bottling the very best of Yorkshire, home to some of the world’s most spectacular landscapes. This delicious cream liqueur with Slingsby gin is rich and diverse with an unexpected twist

Marylebone Gin

300 Years ago, rich and famous flocked to The Pleasure Gardens of Marylebone to be entertained. Today Johnny Neill and the pleasure gardens distilling company present to you the very spirit of those Pleasure gardens, captured withing Marylebone Gin. The harsh heads and pesky tales are discarded to bring you the very heart of the gin in the very heart of London

Caorunn

With depth in every detail, Caorunn {pronounced ‘ka-roon’}, is small batch distilled in the Scottish Highlands. Gin Master Simon Buley personally hand crafted every drop in the world’s only working Copper Berry Chamber, infusing 5 local, handpicked botanicals

Portobello Road

Portobello Road Gin Navy Strength has been crafted by the award-winning distiller and renowned gin historian, Jake F Burger. Born on something of a whim, it quickly established itself as a favourite amongst connoisseur consumers and bartenders around the world; and with a trophy cabinet full of gold medals it seems the judges are fans too

D1

Created by uniting the skills and experience of many production techniques, this gin is focused on delivering a super-premium end-result that has won international awards. The reversible bottle provides a clear canvas for the iconic "Floral Skull" artwork by artist Jacky Tsai, originally made famous by Alexander McQueen

Palmers

Palmers Gin is produced at a 200 year old family distillery in Birmingham. Having initially produced Palmers Gin for their family parties and meetings, last year saw the launch of their best kept secret to the public

Persie Distillery

The Persie Gin family consists of award-winning gins, hand-crafted in a small stables-turned-distillery in Glenshee, Highland Scotland. Modeled on popular gin profiles among gin-lovers, each expression has its own distinctive aroma to tap into your sense of smell.

Poetic License

Poetic License was created for the wild spirits - those who do not conform to the norm. Transforming the original you know so well, into spirits with much more character, expect the unfamiliar

Unit 6

This is an ultra premium small batch gin made in the British islands, just off the French coast. Taking six exquisite botanicals and putting them through a remarkable process of vacuum distillation

Whittaker's Gin

Whittaker’s Gin, founded by husband and wife team Toby and Jane Whittaker is based at their family home Harewell House Farm, Dacre Banks. Produced in a Yorkshire-made still called Jezebel using natural spring water from the heart of Nidderdale.

Gin Eva

GIN EVA is an artisan Gin distilled in Mallorca / Majorca Spain with botanicals locally grown from the Mediterranean island. Each batch is small and exclusively distilled to perfection by Eva & Stefan producing just over 70 bottles per distillation process.

Wheadon's Gin

Wheadon’s Gins are produced at the Bella Luce Hotel on the island of Guernsey by master distiller Luke Wheadon. The seasonal infusions balance locally foraged flavours with a traditional blend of botanicals to produce expressive, bold and balanced gins

Boutique Bar Brands

The Dingle Whiskey Distillery was crafted and conceived by three independent spirits: Oliver Hughes; Liam LaHart and Peter Mosley, the three men behind the first independent Irish distillery for 150 years and in 2012 Dingle Distillery was born. Dingle was Irelands first purpose built independent Distillery to open for over 150 years

Brindle Distillery

Independent family run distillery is situated on Holmes Farm, Lancashire, in the charming, historical village of Brindle. The distinctive taste is due to sustainable and ethically sourced botanicals from here in the UK and across the world

Conker

Providing a genuine alternative to the mob of London Dry gins out there. Whilst still remaining a classic gin and staying true to Juniper, the Dorset inspired botanicals play a dominant role

Gin Lane 1751

Gin Lane 1751 is a range of 4 Victoriana styled gins that replicate the era when there was a predominance of juniper, hints of star anise and distilled with classic botanicals. Distilled in the heart of London by 8th generation Master Distiller Charles Maxwell

Wild June Gin

Western style gin with a ‘Uniquely American Spirit’ launched in 2017 by District Distilling Company in the US. Wild foraged Red Berry junipers from the West Texas Mountains along with 10 other botanicals produce an exceptional experience

Benjamin & Blum

The Benjamin & Blum Classic Gin Cocktail range demonstrates the unique versatility of gin as a cocktail ingredient. With flavours ranging from zesty orange to fragrant violet to bittersweet, and recipes going back one hundred years, these cocktails represent the very best of classic gin drinks and offer a unique opportunity to enjoy an authentic cocktail at home or anywhere.

The UK’s gin industry is changing - see how we’re changing with it.

Fuelled by a wave of exciting new distilleries and gin lovers alike, the UK saw a record-breaking 51 million bottles of the juniper-infused spirit fly off the shelves.
Following last year’s sell-out, The Telegraph Gin Experience returns for two days of intimate guided tastings, exclusive talks from experts and special giveaways.

What’s new?

This year we’re pulling out all the stops to bring together an action-packed experience in the exclusive grounds of The Hurlingham Club. Don’t miss this unique chance to discover more than 50 of the bestselling gin and tonics from around the globe, from traditional classics to new boutique brands. Our Telegraph experts Susy Atkins, Neil Ridley and Joel Harrison will be on hand to share their insight and advice with you.

It’s time to raise your glass and say “chin-chin” to the UK’s finest gins.

Source: The Telegraph