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Refreshing Flavoured Gin Combos | A Perfect Summer Tipple!

Posted on 22 July 2019

Refreshing Flavoured Gin Combos | A Perfect Summer Tipple!


We've added a trio of new and exciting flavoured gin's to our online range with some interesting flavour combinations that are delicious as part of your favourite cocktail, or equally wonderful enjoyed on their own.

With two Royal Warrants and over 300 years of history, Berry Bros. & Rudd is Britain's original wine and spirits merchant. Family-owned and run, the company still trades from No.3 St James's Street, London; its home since 1698.

The spotlight here is firmly on taste. With these gins Berry Bros. have captured the flavour of each and every ingredient to provide you with a unique taste experience. Drawing on their years of expertise they have created esoteric flavour combinations that perfectly compliment the Juniper base of their own London Dry Gin.

Gooseberry & Elderflower Distilled Gin - 700ml / 40% ABV : £24.95 per bottle



This is a fantastic flavoured gin perfect as a base for gin fizz or simply as a straight drink with good tonic water. The tart tang of gooseberry mingles with the heady-floral scent of elderflower, creating the moreish taste of an English summer.



Pink Grapefruit & Rosemary Distilled Gin - 700ml / 40% ABV : £24.95 per bottle



The Pink Grapefruit & Rosemary Distilled Gin is a perfect base for a refreshingly, delicious Gin & Tonic. The Rosemary provides a savoury platform for the bitter-sweet citrus punch of pink grapefruit. On the palate, the citrus mingles with the spirit’s juniper base, creating a smooth-textured gin cut with a calming note of rosemary.



Orange & Thyme Distilled Gin - 700ml / 40% ABV : £24.95



The Orange & Thyme Distilled Gin is a superb flavoured gin that works particularly well as the base for a negroni or straight gin and tonic. The juicy zing of sweet Valencia orange partners subtle earthy notes on the nose, while zesty orange flesh fills the palate, building to a lingering finish of delicate, freshly cut thyme.




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