the Old Albion brings the gin palace back to Hove
The glamour may be faded, but there’s beauty and life and art in every grain. We stock over 40 varieties of Mother's Ruin - here's a selection of our favourites:
There’s something so English about gin, which make this Japanese Gin from @cambridgegin especially exciting. Award winning, the botanicals include shiso leaf and sesame seeds to give a 🇯🇵 flavour. Try something different tonight.
Conker is our favourite Dorset Dry Gin. It’s the only Dorset Dry Gin, you say? There could be five thousand Dorset Dry Gins and this would still be the best.
More new gin, this one is from Thomas Dakin, a small batch distill from Manchester. Tommy was one of the real #gin pioneers but this is much more modern than you might expect. One of the botanicals is horseradish.
If you’re looking for a refreshingly light and delicate gin, Bloom is a good place to start. It’s sweet but calm and has a touch of citrus in there too. A real natural taste. We like it best on Sunday afternoons when the sun is out.
This German gin contains cranberries, which we think is unique. The 47 botanicals in this 47 ABV gin lead it to win the World Spirits Award Gold in the Gin category and Gold for best in class for the Gin Worldwide at the International Wine and Spirits Competition London.
here's the full range:
This London Dry Gin by Burleigh’s is a handsome devil. It’s all juniper, pine and citrus (and loads of other flavours in there). Perfect for this sunshine.
Old Albion Hove Gin / Tanqueray / Tanqueray Ten / 209 Gin / Aviation Gin / Bathtub Gin / Bathtub Navy Str / Bathtub Old Tom / Blackwood’s 60 / Bloom Gin / Bold Genever / Boodles / Brockman’s / Broker’s / Brooklyn / Caorunn / Citadelle French Gin / Colonel Fox Cremorne / Death’s Door / Dorothy Parker’s / Gin Mare / Hayman’s Old Tom / Jenson’s Old Tom / Jenson’s Bermondsey / Martin Miller’s / Monkey 47 / Penderyn Brecon / Pickering / Plymouth Navy Str / Portobello / Prairie Organic / The Botanist / The Lakes / William Chase Apple / Burleigh’s Distillers