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Sipspresso G&T

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Sipspresso Gin

The coffee drinkers among you will be quite partial to our Sipspresso Gin, made with coffee beans from our friends at Pact Coffee.

Tasting Notes

The Nose

Velvety chocolate, green coffee bean with rich liquorish and smoky star anise.

The Palate

Aniseed blends into warming chai latte, cacao nib and smooth vanilla.

The Finish

Spiced ice coffee finale with liquorish and absinth undercurrents

More Product Information

We set out to distill a clear espresso martini before discovering the intricate and entwining relationship between the coffee bean and a plethora of other botanicals. So, with Niki Segnit’s Flavour Thesaurus in hand, we navigated our way through intriguing flavour combinations, keeping coffee at the heart of our exploration. Then, working alongside our friends at Pact Coffee, we stumbled upon their Fruit & Nut Espresso blend, a modern twist on a traditional Italian espresso, sourced from two different producers, Planalto Estate in Brazil and Ngara Nyarusiza in Rwanda. With the combination of these beans macerated alongside cinnamon, coriander, vanilla and banana we’ve designed a wonderfully aromatic and smooth spiced coffee gin. Enjoy as a G&T or shake up a creamy White Russian.

20cl bottle – 37.5% ABV

Sipspresso G&T
– 50ml Sipspresso Gin
– Top with tonic

Using your favourite highball glass, make a long orange peel twist and wind around the inside of the glass. Fill with ice, add 50ml Sipspresso gin and top with tonic.

Coffee White Russian
– 50ml Sipspresso Gin
– 25ml Double cream
– 25ml Milk
– 10ml Sugar syrup
– Chocolate powder and 3 coffee beans

Vigorously shake Sipspresso Gin, cream, milk and sugar syrup in a cocktail shaker with ice. Strain into an ice-filled espresso mug and garnish with a sprinkle of chocolate powder and three coffee beans.


  1. An absolute winner! This really works and needs to go onto your regular list – more please……!


  2. I wasn’t convinced this would work, delighted to be wrong it is very good indeed. Sadly it is also all gone.


  3. Wasn’t sure how this would work however, add some premium tonic and you have yourself a winner! Thanks Sipsmith, liked this one 🙂


  4. We quite liked this – we had it just with tonic – we could taste the liquorice but not the coffee. In our view not as good as the other experimental gin in the box.


  5. Straight on ice, D-licious!


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