Whether you have an at-home bar, a drinks trolley of a drinks cabinet, here’s what you need to stock up.
1. Williams Elegant 48 Gin is made from scratch using rare varieties of apples from a 300-year-old bioganic cider orchards, as well as botanicals elderflower, juniper, Bramley apple and angelica. The result is a crispy and fruity gin with earthy undertones. 70cl, £45, williamschase.co.uk
2. We bet you haven’t tried a Clotted Cream Gin before – and you definitely need to. This gin by Wrecking Coast Distillery in Cornwall was given a gold award by The Spirits Business at The Luxury Global Masters and has a velvety richness with a distinctly Cornish flavour. Enjoy it over ice with tonic and a strawberry. 70cl, £37.50, thewreckingcoastdistillery.com
3. Hand-steeped in fresh raspberries, Pinkster Gin is deliciously dry, with a hint of fruit and an exceptionally smooth finish. Serve with a strawberry and fresh mint for an indulgent G&T. 70cl, £35 pinkstergin.com
4. The Old Curiosity Distillery in Edinburgh has a range of Secret Garden Gins which change colour when you add tonic. Try the Chamomile and Cornflour Gin which has a naturally vivid blue colour thanks to an infusion of pure cornflower pigments, and subtle notes of chamomile. Calming and sweet. 50cl, £35 theoldcuriosity.co.uk