Looking for the best G&Ts? In this four-part feature we chat to the gin industry experts who share with us their top six gin recommendations, with the third instalment featuring Robert Graves, Head of Buying, Food and Beverage at Harvey Nichols.
Manchester Raspberry Gin, £39.95
The Raspberry Gin has a citrus lead on the palate with a sweet, bitterness of dandelion and burdock root coming through – which are the two unique botanicals used.
Crazy Gin, £45
The world’s first Clear Lassi Gin. This is a true British/ Indian Gin combining modern English gin producing techniques with Indian spices, flair and flavours.
Old Curiosity Apothecary Rose Gin, £42
It delivers a lightly sweet, delicate and aromatic mix of flavours including Turkish delight, liquorice, potpourri and piny juniper.
Nikka Gin, £59
This is perfect in a dry martini with only a small amount of quality vermouth to add some light bitter notes or alternatively in a gimlet with fresh lime juice and sweetened with a little sugar syrup.
Loch Ness Gin, £57.50
Bottled at 43.3% abv, this gin will deliver outstanding drinking pleasure with its piny, aromatic and fresh nose, sweet spice and herbal palate with a long fresh aftertaste.
Kongsgaard Raw Gin, £49.95
This is an earthy, aromatic and sweet gin all in one with the apples providing a beautiful contrast to the piny juniper.
Click here to read the top recommendations from the Assistant Spirits & Wine Buyer for Fortnum & Mason, Fenwick Food Hall’s Wine & Spirits Buyer, and the Director General of The Gin Guild.