• No 1


    A delicate juniper bouquet leads to a slightly dry, smooth taste with a gentle citrus beginning, which is followed by a juniper after taste.

    Bartender‘s recommendations | This pleasant-tasting gin benefits from plenty of ice cubes with either lemongrass or a slice of grapefruit as a garnish.

  • No 4

    This gin‘s bouquet hints of a „dewy garden“‚ with a delicate, very slightly dry gin beginning, with both juniper and angelica notes coming through and a hint of spice at the finish. Bartenders recommendations | Don‘t stint on the ice cubes and try either rosemary or cassia bark as a garnish for this smooth gin.
  • No 6

    A fresh bouquet of kaffir lime leads to a slightly dry limey beginning with a smooth finish.

    Bartender‘s recommendations | With this gin add ice cubes and a nice slice of lime for the perfect drink for the beach.

  • No 7


    A citrus bouquet with a dryish beginning leads to a juniper finish that leaves a sweetish after taste. This smooth gin is definitely one for the ladies!

    Bartender‘s recommendations | Plenty of ice cubes; try grapefruit as a garnish, however lemongrass and cassia bark together makes for an elegant, sophisticated drink that might just win her over!

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    No 8

    This lovely, slightly dry, smooth gin with just a hint of juniper in the bouquet has a flowery, rose petal beginning, reflecting the rosehip and meadowsweet ingredients. See if you can detect the slightly peppery aftertaste, not unlike some whiskey. This complex gin has many subtle taste undertones.

    Bartender‘s recommendations | Serve with plenty of ice cubes and try grapefruit as a garnish, also lime goes well.

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    No 17

    This gin‘s spicy bouquet, drawn from some of its ingredients of cardamom, dates and cassia, hints of the Spice Routes. The faint juniper beginning merges into the smooth, spicy body which finishes with vanilla and a hint of honey. Log fires and winter evenings seem made for this gin.

    Bartender‘s recommendations | Why not try this gin neat with plenty of ice cubes and a sprig of rosemary.

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    No 22

    The delicate citrus bouquet is hard to detect but the lemony beginning with a sweetish after taste makes this a very refreshing gin, certainly one for those hot summer days!

    Bartender‘s recommendations | You could try crushed ice with this gin and using cassia and lemon-grass make this a very interesting summer drink.

  • No 29

    The orange and honey bouquet leads to a slight juniper beginning; a dryish middle with a hint of coriander is followed by a honey finish. This gin reflects the original „Old Tom“ story of the cat on the wall ………… whereas our „Fairytale Distillery“ cat is on the roof!

    Bartender‘s recommendations | Plenty of ice cubes and try lemon-grass for this intriguing gin.