Beefeater London Gin; made in Kennington, where you can visit the distillery.
Berry Brothers and Rudd Number 3 London Gin; the proprietary gin of the famous St James’ Wine Masters.
Bloom Gin; by female master distiller, Joanne Moore, and containing chamomile and honeysuckle.
City of London Gin; distilled on Bride Lane, where the micro-distillery also houses a hidden treasure of a bar; the Cold Bar.
Dodd’s Gin; distilled in Battersea using only organic botanicals including London honey.
East London Liquor Company Gin; distilled in Bow and age din French oak barrels.
Half Hitch Gin; distilled in Camden Lock with Malawian single estate black tea & Calabrian bergamot.
Jensen’s Gin; distilled in Bermondsey and created using forgotten recipes from London’s lost distilleries.
Little Bird Gin; distilled in Peckham Rye using 10 botanicals including pink grapefruit, sweet orange peel and ginger.
Martin Miller’s Gin; distilled twice using imported Icelandic water.
Portobello Road Gin; distilled in Portobello Road using 9 botanicals including liquorice.
Sacred Gin; distilled in Highgate in a residential house.
Sipsmith Gin; made in Chiswick where you can visit the distillery.
The London Number One Gin; distilled in London in Pot Stills, traditionally the only method for small batch production.
For interesting spirits visit our local independent stores including; Franklins Farm Shop, The General Store and Boss Man Wines.
This feature first appeared in the September 2016 issues of SE21, SE22 and SE23 magazine.