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The oldest British gin distillery still operating in its original location, Plymouth Gin is a titan in the drinks world. It is definitely worthy of the continued affection held by many gin fans, including the team here at Just Gin(ish)!. If you haven’t ever tried it, we’d...

This gorgeous bright pale pink gin originates from Spain and is infused with strawberry. Soft and fresh citrus notes with aromas of succulent strawberry complete with a lovely long finish. As Franki's favourite gin, we suggest trying it with a mixer of your choice and...

No other gin taste like Hendrick's because no other gin is made quite like it. Significantly, Hendrick's gin is infused with the remarkable Bulgarian Rosa Damascena and specially selected cucumbers from the finest producers. The result is a unique tasting gin! More about Hendrick's GinThe harmonious combination...

An award-winning compound gin, Ableforth's Bathtub gin uses a high-quality copper pot still. The gin is infused with juniper, orange peel, coriander, cassia, cloves and cardamom, resulting in its signature bold, warmly spiced flavour and natural light tint. During production, the Ableforth’s team sample...

Launched in London by Charles Tanqueray in the 1830s, Tanqueray is a classic London Dry Gin. The distillery, now based in Scotland under the Diageo brand, still uses the same recipe as from almost two centuries ago. As the old saying goes, 'If it ain't...