Fruity Gins

Fruity gins are everywhere these days. In fact, we doubt you can think of any fruit (or fruit combo) that hasn’t been infused into a gin. The first fruity gin we got our hands on was the wonderful Tarquin’s Rhubarb and Raspberry, and we never looked back.

On our shelves you’ll find mainstream fruity gins like Gordon’s Pink and Pinkster, but we’ve also got some very interesting and very special fruity gins.

Here are just a few of them.

Tarquin’s Rhubarb and Raspberry

Like we said, this was our first fruit flavoured gin and it is still by far the most popular fruity gin we stock. Try it with ginger ale though rather than a regular tonic. We also always stock limited edition fruit flavoured gins from Tarquin’s like their wonderful Strawberry gin and Brilliant Blackberry.

If you love rhubarb flavoured gins, ask if we have a drop of The Lakes Rhubarb and Rosehip Gin Liqueur. This delicious liqueur goes so well with prosecco it is ridiculous.

Read more about our Cornish gins collection here.

Spit-roasted Pineapple GinThat Boutique-y Spit-roasted Pineapple Gin

We love That Boutique-y Gin. Why? They’re gin pioneers, creating new and often surprising gins that not just grab your attention, but that always blow you away with their audacious flavours, and Spit-roasted Pineapple gin – the first of our That Boutique-y gins – is no exception. If you love That Boutique-y gins, check out Chocolate Orange and Chocolate Cherry or their stunning Moonshot gin.

Read more about Spit-roasted Pineapple gin here.

Sipsmith Sloe Gin

According to The Times, this is ‘Britain’s best sloe gin’. Rounded, complex, slightly serious and bursting with flavour, this is smooth enough to be enjoyed on it on its own – but even better with a Cornish cheese board.

If you love Sipsmith gin, you might also like to check out Sipsmith Lemon Drizzle.

Zymurgorium Gin LiqueursZymurgorium Gin Liqueurs

Our first gin liqueur from the Manchester distiller was the wonderful Zymurgorium Turkish Delight – which was so, so, so good we had to try more. So on our shelves you’ll probably find Zymurgorium Grapefruit, Zymurgorium Strawberry and Mint and Zymurgorium Sweet Violet – or whatever other fruity Zymurgorium we have nabbed.

Read more about Zymurgorium gin liqueurs here.