• Your Tonic

  • Fever Tree Indian

    • 3.50

    Made from the highest quality quinine sourced from the Congo-Rwanda border, blended from 8 botanical flavours, including marigold extracts and bitter orange

  • Fever Tree Mediterranean

    • 3.50

    A subtle of thyme with fresh citrus and hints of rosemary. It has soft bitterness of natural quinine and a round elegant taste of herbs and citrus

  • Fever Tree Aromatic

    • 3.50

    A rose pink tonic made from an aromatic blend of quinne and angostura bark, gentle spices and fresh citrus. A uniquely refreshing tonic with none of the cloying aftertastes you get from artificial sweeteners

  • Fever Tree Elderflower

    • 3.50

    A slightly sweet, floral aroma of elderflower, combined with a subtle citrus note. The sweetness of the elderflower is perfectly balanced by the gentle bitterness of the natural quinine

  • Fever Tree Naturally Light

    • 3.50

    Crisp tonic water combines fruit sugars and natural quinine with citrus, aromatic botanicals and soft spring water. Subtle citrus and fruit notes balanced by the bitterness of natural quinine, the finish is clean.

  • East Imperial Grapefruit

    • 3.50

    Round and lavish inital palate, packed with pomelo and citrus oil. Finishes with a generous hit of ruby red grapefruit zest

  • East Imperial Old World

    • 3.50

    The inital palate is warm with licorice spice and fresh lavender with a hint of tea, finishing with a luxurious citrus mouth feel. 7.5 grams natural sugar per serving

  • East Imperial Royal Botanic

    • 3.50

    Light, rich and full of zest. Candied violets and elderflower rule the palate followed by a dry and floral finish, full of grapefruit oil

  • Your Gin

  • Ariki – NZ

    • 10.50

    Skillfully crafted with the purest ingredients from the pacific, delivering an exceptionally fresh modern taste.

  • Bathtub – England

    • 14.00

    Combines exoctic botanicals such as juniper, coriander, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves and orange peel for an unparalleled drinking experience

  • Beefeater 24 – England

    • 10.00

    A complex blend of 12 botanicals including grapefruit peel and Japanese and Chinese green teas infused for 24 hours

  • Beefeater Pink – England

    • 10.00

    New pretty – in – pink variant, which is made using the original Beefeater London Dry Gin recipe. The strawberry flavour is added post-distillation

  • Berkeley Square – England

    • 11.50

    A confident timeless gin distilled in the traditional style of the original pot stills dating back as far as 1761

  • Black Robin – NZ

    • 12.00

    Batch distilled in relux copper pot stills with 11 exoctic botanicals.  Distilled 5 times for an exceptional delicate spicy citrus flavour

  • Blind Tiger Organic – Australia

    • 13.00

    Complex, yet elegant and aromatic gin made from the finest exoctic organic botanicals

  • Bloom – England

    • 10.00

    The aroma and soothing qualities of chamomile and sweet honeysuckle blanaced by the exotic citrys of the pomelo

  • Blush – NZ

    • 12.00

    Refined juniper dancing with tangy fresh rhubarb, hits of strawberry, citrus and rose hip

  • Bombay Saphire – England

    • 10.00

    Fresh citrus and juniper flavours combined with an elegant light spicy finish

  • Boodles – England

    • 10.50

    A unique recipe with botanicals sourced from the finest growers around the world including nutmeg, sage and juniper. Interestinly Boodles contains no citrus botanicals

  • Broken Heart – NZ

    • 10.00

    An intricate balance of eleven herbs and surprisingly good with a twist of orange

  • Bulldog – England

    • 11.00

    A brazen breed, perfectly balanced with natural poppy, dragon eye and hints of citrus

  • Bureaucrat – NZ

    • 13.00

    A distillation of 10 carefully selected botanicals.  Delivering traditional juniper and coriander followed by an audacious hit of cinnamon, finishing with delicate nutty profiles and undertones of aniseed and sweetness

  • Bureacrat Black Doris Plum – NZ

    • 14.00

    The Black Doris Plum gin is a gin full of bold and beautiful black doris plum fruitiness.  Kicking off with juniper and coriander, swiftly followed by full-bodied fruity flavours with just a hint of sweetness

  • Citadelle – France

    • 11.00

    A signtaure taste using a method of slow distillation in small copper pot stills over a naked flame, infused with 18 sun dried botanicals

  • Edinburgh Cannonball – Scotland

    • 14.00

    Navy strengh gin, a unqiue recipe of double juniper, szechaun pepper and lemon zest

  • Edinburgh Plum and Vanilla – Scotland

    • 10.00

    Gin infused with the juiciest plums and delicate Madagascan Vanilla

  • Edinburgh Pomeranate and Rose – Scotland

    • 10.00

    Gin infused with specailly selected ruby-red jewels of pomegranate seeds and Domask rose petals

  • Edinburgh Raspberry – Scotland

    • 10.50

    All natural raspberry, wonderful with tonic, soda or lemonade, excellent in cocktails with champagne

  • Edinburgh Seaside – Scotland

    • 12.00

    Ingredients foraged from the coastlines of Scotland with ground ivy, bladderwrack seaweed and scury grass lending a fresh mineralistic quality and slight salinity 

  • Four Pillars Blood Shiraz – Australia

    • 14.00

    Batch distilled then steeped with Yarra Valley shiraz grapes

  • Four Pillars Negroni – Australia

    • 12.00

    Highly aromatic, rich and (yes) spicy gin with great power and intensity. First, we took our base botanicals and upped the amount of Tasmanian pepperberry leaf and cinnamon.

  • Four Pillars Rare Dry – Australia

    • 12.00

    Tasmanian pepper brilliant on the palate, giving warmth rather than heat.  Lemon myrtle, a beautiful, complex and unique alternative to lemon peel. A truly fascinating and delightful modern Australian gin

  • Gin Mare – Spain

    • 13.00

    Distilled from olives, thyme, rosemary and basil

  • Glendalough – Ireland

    • 13.00

    To make this extraordinary gin, they forage wild plants in the mountains around the distillery. What they pick goes fresh in the still within hours of foraging

  • Gold 999.9 – France

    • 12.00

    Paying homage to a gin created in the early 20th century which was said to have been made in a pot still made of gold, botanicals incude juniper, almond, vanilla, cassia bark, gentian violet, poppy and tangerine

  • Greenalls – England

    • 9.50

    7 generations of distillers have passed down the unique recipe to produce a gold medal award winnigin. The heart of the classic G and T

  • Greenall’s Wild Berry Pink – UK

    • 10.00

    The original handcrafted pink gin which contains zero sugar. Greenall's Wild Berry takes its inepiration from English countryside hedgerows, combining blackberries and raspberries

  • G,Vine – France

    • 13.00

    Traditionally unconventional, French gin made from grape spirit and crafted with 10 whole – fruit botanicals, starring the rare vine flower

  • Haymans – England

    • 10.00

    Classic blen of 10 carefully selected botanicals, prodices a crisp elegant balanced gin of the London dry style

  • Hendricks – Scotland

    • 12.00

    Traditional botanicals such as juniper, corinder and citru peel with unexpected infusion of cucumber and rose petals

  • Herno – Sweden

    • 15.00

    Distilled with 8 carefully selected botanicals from around the world, juniper, coriander, lemon, lingon berries, meadowsweet, nblack pepper, cassia and vanilla

  • Ink – Australia

    • 15.00

    Distilled from 100% Australian wheat grain neautral spirit, it's color derived from the natural infusion of flower petals from the exoctic Legume Clitoria Ternatea

  • Jinzu – Scotland

    • 12.00

    Jinzu Gin brings English and Japanese traditions together to create an exciting, intriguing spirit. Featuring juniper, coriander, angelica, yuzu and Japanese cherry blossom as botanicals

  • Karven – NZ

    • 10.00

    Carefully selected organic botanicals including native manuka flower

  • Ki No Bi Kyoto – Tokyo

    • 15.00

    Made with a rice spirit and botanicals including yellow yuzu, Japanese cypress, green tea, bamboo and sanso berries, this has classic juniper nbotes which complement the Japanese botanicals. Warm and spicy finish

  • Larios 12 – Spain

    • 10.00

    Infused with 12 carefully chosen botanicals, distinctive aroma of citrus and orange blossom

  • Larios Rose – Spain

    • 10.00

    A mediterranean gin infused with strawberries! This is a variation from the Larios, a Spanish gin whose history dates back to the 19th century even if the current name dates from 1932

  • Lighthouse – NZ

    • 10.50

    Handcrafted with a unique blen of botanicals, including zest from navel oranges, Yen ben lemons and water from high in the Rimutaka ranges

  • Little Biddy – NZ

    • 14.00

    Robusy and hardworking with a striking aromatic bite. Native Toatoa, giving the gin a fresh, vibrant tannic character. A complex palette of spiced citrus and wam resin

  • Lola Y Vera, Fruits of the Forrest – Spain

    • 14.00

    Handcrafted distilled Gin made using the finest grain spirit to macerate the natural botanicals, and an authentic recipe featuring strawberries, red berries, juniper and citrus

  • Malfy Arancia – Italy

    • 10.50

    Distilled by the Vergnans family using the peel of Sicillian blood oranges, Italian juniper and 4 other botanicals with their traditional vacuum still

  • Malfy Con Limone – Italy

    • 10.50

    Marries the finest Italin coastal lemons with the Vergnano families unique recipe

  • Malfy Original – Italy

    • 11.00

    The Vergnano family distill juniper and 5 other botanicals and blend it with MonViso mountain water to produce a crisp dry gin

  • Malfy Rosa – Italy

    • 10.50

    Malfy Gin Ros'a key botanicals are Italian Juniper, Sicilian Pink Grapefruit, Italian Rhubarb and 5 other botanicals. The taste is juicy fresh grapefruit with a rich long juniper finish

  • Martin Millars – England

    • 12.00

    Martin Miller's Original Gin, is pot distilled using two seperate distillations. This imparts a unique balance of citrus and juniper. Blended to a bottling strenght of 40% ABV using Icelandic Spring Water

  • Melbourne – Australia

    • 12.00

    Produced by distilling each of the 11 botanicals individually before blending to produce a complex, savoury and elegant style of gin, a beautfiful balance of earthy spices and fresh, zesty characters

  • Monkey 47 Sloe – Germany

    • 12.00

    Masterfully handcrafted and unfiletered slow gin is unique in its complexity while accentuating great British traditions and the nativeness of the Black Forest

  • Monkey 47 – Germany

    • 12.00

    Distilled from 47 predominantly unusual but regional botanicals such as loganberries and blended with natural spring water

  • Mor – Ireland

    • 13.00

    Via the Arderin Distillery in Tullamore, it features a quartet of berries amongst its botanical selection – juniper berry, blackberry, cranberry and raspberry, it also features floral wafts of angelica, rosemary and coriander

  • No3 – England

    • 13.00

    Essential botanicals of juniper, orange peel, angelica root and coriander with cardamom seeds and grapefruit peel

  • One Key – Slovene

    • 12.00

    Produced in Slovenia and features a selection of botanicals including coriander, ginger and juniper

  • Ophir – England

    • 10.00

    Botancials from the ancient spice route. Cubebs from Indonesia, Tellicheery black pepper from inda and coriannder from Morocco

  • Pickerings – Scotland

    • 12.00

    Smooth refreshing but with a decidedly spicy kick

  • Pickerings Navy Strength – Scotland

    • 12.00

    Handcrafted at Summerhall Distillery based on an original BOMBAY recipe, a spectacularly smooth and flavoursome gin

  • Pink 47 – UK

    • 11.00

    Londone dry, crafted in small batches using botanicals from around the world

  • Plymouth – England

    • 11.00

    Great depth of flavour with deep earthy notes, a wonderfully fresh juniper and lemony bite.  The finish is long and dry

  • Plymouth Sloe – England

    • 12.00

    Gently steeping the finest slowes in Plymouth gin and soft pure Dartmoor water

  • Portobello Road – England

    • 12.00

    A classic botanical selection, with cassia bark and nutmeg concomitant.

  • Reid and Reid Barrel Aged – NZ

    • 13.00

    3 native botanicals, Kawakawa, Manuka and Horopito aged 3 months in pinot noir barrels

  • Reid and Reid Native – NZ

    • 11.00

    10 traditional gin botanicals with Kawakawa, Manuka and Horopito

  • Revenge – NZ

    • 12.00

    Originally crafted in a Portuguese Alembic Copper pot still, botanicals include kawakawa, koheriki leaf and rose. Don't get mad, get Revenge!

     

  • Riot and Rose, Riot – NZ

    • 11.00

    London 1743 people rioted against a tax on gin. This gin is founded on that rebellion. Traditional, bold, mellow, time honoured, artisan crafted and small batch distilled

  • Riot and Rose, Rose – NZ

    • 11.00

    1920s romance, back to an era of romance and glamour, art deco, dapper gentlemen, flapper beauties defined the aged. Rose gin recounts this style and elegance. Floral, lifted, delicate. avant-garde.

  • Roku – Japan

    • 13.00

    Japanese botanicals that provide a whistle-stop tour of the four seasons. These include sakura leaf and sakura flower for spring, sencha tea and gyokuro tea for summer, sansho pepper for autumn and yuzu peel for winter

  • Roots Marlborough Dry – NZ

    • 12.00

    A blod juniper forward gin with only six core botanicals. Of these, only the juniper is sourced from offshore, imported direct after being wild harvested from the highlands of Macedonia

  • Sacred Spring Barrel Aged – NZ

    • 14.00

    Aged in 14year old rum barrels then finished in charred French oak aged for 3 months

  • Sacred Spring Chocolate – NZ

    • 13.00

    Sacred Springs dry gin infused with Cocoa husks and Rooibos tea to deliver this serendipitous gin

  • Sacred Spring Saffron – NZ

    • 14.00

    Over 8000 crocus flowers handpicked to make a single batch of gin, combined with cardamom and blended with rosebud infused water

  • Sacred Spring Sunkissed – NZ

    • 13.00

    Fresh strawberries and loacally sourced rhubarb are infused with our dry gin as a nod to summer nostalgia

  • Scapegrace – NZ

    • 11.50

    12 botanicals, natures wild apostles, water from the sourthern alps, a whiskey still from the 19th century, velvet profile, citrus forward, clean finish

  • Scapegrace Black – NZ

    • 14.00

    Crisp and floral, with balanced citrus and freshness and a hint of spice. A candied sweet potato and pineapple finish with a smooth velvety mouthfeel bursting with citrus oils

  • Sharish Blue Magic – Portugal

    • 15.00

    The magnificent colour comes from extracts of a flower known as blue pea, botanicals include juniper, coriander, angelica root, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, lemon peel, strawberry and raspberry

  • Sipsmith London Cup – England

    • 12.00

    London dry blended with earl grey tea and lemon verbena

  • Sipsmith Sloe – England

    • 16.00

    Subtle, complex and bursting with cherry ripe fruit notes

  • Sipsmith VJOP – England

    • 19.00

    Very Junipery over proof gin

  • Slingsby – England

    • 13.00

    A burst of citrus from the grapefuit base that makes way to juniper notes before a very smooth berbaceous sweetness, led by sweet cicely and a light green tea scented with jasmine blossom

  • Sligsby Rhubarab – England

    • 13.00

    An initial sweetness of rhubarb and raspberry is follwed by the bitter tang of the pink grapefruit citrus base. A tart rhubarb finish rounds off the drink leaving an unforgettable flavour on the palate

  • Source Pinot Noir Barrel Aged – NZ

    • 15.00

    This "Pink" bottling celebrates THE SOURCE's distinctive flavour while adding complexity and richness of Central Otago Pinot Noir seasoned oak

  • Source – NZ

    • 12.00

    A natural matric of locally foraged rosehip, whith juniper, coriander, angelica, lemon and orange, vapour distilled into a single malt spirit

  • Source Chardonnay Barrel Aged – NZ

    • 15.00

    Source's single malt gin mellowed in Cardrona chardonnay barrels for 5 and a half months given a smooth finish

  • Spectrum Pink – England

    • 13.00

    Delicate pomegranate notes with a masterful combination of 13 botanicals

  • St George – USA

    • 11.00

    Boasting a big but balanced bunch of bitabucaks, including angelica root, bay laurel, coriander, seville orange peel, star anise and juniper berries among others

  • Tanqueray – England

    • 10.00

    The highest quality spirit and finest botanicals picked at the peak of their freshness to produce its exceptional, much revered taste

  • Tanqueray Bloomsbury

    • 21.00

    Based on a historical Tanqueray family recipe from a recipe book dating back to 1880, double the juniper as well as cassia bark – Which doesn't feature in the classic Tanqueray Gin recipe at all

  • Tanqueray No. 10 – England

    • 13.00

    Fresh botanicals with hints of citrus, exquisite flavour and smooth finish

  • The Botanist – Scotland

    • 12.00

    9 classic gin botanicals are augmented by 22 local herbs and flowers foraged by hand from the hills, shores and bogs of the fertile Herbidean Island

  • The National Distillery Hemp Gin – Ahuriri, NZ

    • 13.00

    Unique toasted New Zealand hemp hearts combined with lashings of lemon peel to produce a beautifully balanced botanical gin with bursts of luscious citrus and distant lingering toasted notes

  • The National Distillery Verdigris – Ahuriri, NZ

    • 11.00

    Inspired by a classic, Juniper led London dry gin bouquet, a supporting duo of lemon peel and native New Zealand flax seed. Verdigris is an approachable, easy drinking dry gin and a great all-rounder

  • The National Distillery Adorn – Ahuriri, NZ

    • 11.00

    Inspired by botanicals found in NZ Skin products to produce a beautifully balanced botanical gin with hints of luscious, sweetness and a distant lingering florality.

  • The National Distillery Adorn Rose – Ahuriri, NZ

    • 11.00

    Inspired by botanicals found in luxury New Zealand skincare, The National Distillery Company's, Adorn Rose Gin, celebrates nature's power to beautify

  • Unicorn Tears – England

    • 17.00

    Rich in juniper notes with herbs and spices, each bottle contains edible silver flakes. Citrus fruit, oranges and sublte liquorice on the nose. Sweet on the palate with plenty of orange and red liquorice. Zesty finish.

  • Vaione – Pacific Islands

    • 10.00

    A unquie blend of the finest traditional botanicals, with fresh limes and sweet oranges

  • Whitley Neil – England

    • 13.00

    Inspired by the captivating flavours of Africa, fresh citrus Baobab fruit and aromatic Cape Gooseberries.

  • Windspiel – Germany

    • 19.00

    Classic juniper berries, lemons and coriander combined with potatoes cultivated in rich volcanic soil result in a traditional gin flavour that is mild and delicate. To give special character, cinnamon bark and lavender

  • X-Gin – Belgium

    • 16.00

    Made with juniper and a whole host of other botancials, many which you might find in some indulgent chocolates. This includes coca beans, hazelnuts, almonds, vanilla pods, wild chillies and more….

  • 1919 Distillery Pineapple L**P Gin – NZ

    • 11.00

    That's right. The first limited release in The Kiwiana Collection, Pineapple L**P Gin is here! A sweet treat to celebrate the Kiwi Summer and although they can't use the full name, you can't deny the taste. 

  • 1919 Distillery Pink – NZ

    • 11.00

    Distilled with raspberries and 100% Auckland grown strawberries. The flavour profile is refreshing with a lindering flavour of strawberry.