Gin time with Walker & Wodehouse
Sales of premium gin have increased fivefold since 2010 and see no signs of slowing down. With consumers increasingly on the look-out for non-commercial styles, we’ve put together a collection of artisanal gins from some of the most interesting craft distilleries in the country.
Come and join us between 4pm and 6pm on 3rd and 4th May for ‘Gin Time’, when we’ll be showcasing Rock Rose, Jensen’s London Dry and Old Tom.
Take a look at our craft gin selection which we’ll be showcasing at London Wine Fair:
Jensen’s London Dry Gin
Inspired by 19th century gins from lost distilleries, Christian Jensen wanted to make his own in the home of London Dry Gin: Bermondsey. Christian keeps the legacy alive by recreating old-style London Dry Gins using traditional botanicals beneath the Bermondsey railway arches.
– Serve with Fever Tree Indian Tonic Water and a slice of lemon
Rock Rose Gin
Rock Rose is a small batch, modern style gin made at Dunnet Bay Distillers, on the North coast of Scotland, making it the northernmost mainland distillery in the UK. 18 botanicals are used in the Rock Rose gin, five of which are foraged from near the distillery.
– Serve with Fever Tree Indian Tonic Water and garnish with a rose bud and slice of lemon