Relaunched in July 2019 with extra pink grapefruit, this month’s featured gin is the Sacred Pink Grapefruit Gin from the Sacred Distillery.
At Think Gin, we pride ourselves on supporting the UK gin industry! With so many national distilleries around, we think it’s important to focus on promoting only the finest artisan craft gin from small distilleries that work incredibly hard to provide us with fantastic craft gins. If you subscribe to our exclusive club, you won’t…
After brewing beer, the White Rock Brewery moved to gin, giving us the wonderful Ten Degrees Gin. Distilled in Guernsey, this gin uses mainly botanicals from the UK & Guernsey for its flavour.
Icelandic Eagle Gin has been expertly distilled 10 minutes from the heart of Reykjavik and is based on one of the legendary Guardians of Iceland.
The cocktail shaker is our first featured gin accessory of the month. With links to South America, this tool has become invaluable to cocktail makers worldwide.
Cambridge Dry Gin has been excellently distilled by William & Lucy Lowe and made with juniper, fresh basil, rosemary, angelica, lemon verbena, blackcurrant leaf and rose petals.
Easter is nearly here, which means we are all one step closer to a 4-day weekend of enjoying gin. If you’re still yet to buy any of your presents for your friends or relatives, don’t panic! We have compiled a list of some of the best gin-related Easter presents. Our Think Gin Club members already…
Roundwood Gin is a beautiful London Dry Gin inspired by Wennngton Wood in Cambridgeshire, with botanicals of elderberries, juniper, coriander seeds and angelica root.
GoodWill Gin is a highland craft gin created using 9 premium botanicals, including locally picked Hawthorn berries and exotic fruits.