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Sipsmith London Dry Gin
The quintessential expression of a classic, traditional London Dry Gin. Bold, complex and aromatic – smooth enough for a Martini, yet rich and balanced, perfect for a G&T.
£4.50 – £170.00
Floral, summer meadow notes, followed by mellow rounded juniper and zesty, citrus freshness.
Dry juniper leads, then reveals lemon tart & orange marmalade, before all the flavours harmonise.
Dryness leads, with spicy juniper & a hint of lemon tart emerging.
Sipsmith London Dry Gin. Gin made the way it used to be, and the way we believe it should be.
In 2009, we set up London’s first copper distillery for 189 years, crafting our award-winning gin by hand in small batches – the way it used to be, the way it should be. Our mission was simple: to bring a London Dry Gin of truly uncompromising quality and character, back to the city where gin first earned it’s name. With a nod to traditional hand crafted production, our gin combines traditional copper pot distillation with a recipe that wouldn’t look unfamiliar to an eighteenth century Master Distiller.
It resulted in the sensationally sippable Sipsmith London Dry Gin – a gin that’s bold, complex and aromatic – smooth enough for a Martini, yet rich and balanced, perfect for a G&T. It’s also the perfect base to a whole host of gin cocktails, from a Negroni to a Gimlet, to modern takes such as a Passion Martini. Let our online cocktail library ginspire your sipping here.
Sipsmith? Why Sipsmith? Well, much to the same way wordsmiths love to create all things wordical, we love to create all things sippable. Like gin.
New-school gin will become a classic
Sunday Times Style
It's gorgeous, floral, silky, spicy, coriander-seed and juniper-laced, 41.6 per cent London Dry Gin is the dream bottle
Jane MacQuitty, The Times
It packs a punch with its resinous, juniper notes.
..a thrillingly pure flavour, a soft juniper appeal and even a note of fresh green olives.
Stella - Sunday Telegraph
Sipsmith is just what it sounds like: very, very smooth.
Condé Nast Lux Magazine
Truly a tipple for the most discerning of drinkers
Confidently hits the palate with juniper, warms it with spice and then wrings it dry, begging you to take another sip.
"This is the gin drinker's gin"
Sipsmith: where old meets new and the two hit it off really quite spectacularly.