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  • 5 Quick Gin Serving tips

    1. ICE, ICE, ICE, ICE BABY.

    When making a G&T more ice is better if you don’t want a watered down drink - the more ice you put in the more surface area of ice in contact with your drink and the quicker it cools the drink……
    But, make sure your cubes aren’t too small as a poor ratio of volume to surface area will make for a quicker melt! Continue reading The Gin Box Shop

  • Pink Zing

    Some sun from our gin friends up north? This is it! This gin is definitely not a distasteful pink gin; it’s got juniper, it’s got dryness, it’s got rounded creamy smoothness. Check out our serve below - hopefully it piques your interest…

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  • Funky Martini

    Corner 53's Umami is out right one of the funkiest gins around. It makes a superb Bloody Mary and it's still very much friends with a light tonic but it doesn't get a better serve than a Dry Martini.

    Plain delicious filth

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  • Humble pie

    This gin, this gin... Save this one for an indulgent experience, perhaps after a dinner. We think it’s best enjoyed after a couple of other drinks, so that you don’t go for the guzzle!

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  • Cher-okee

    What do you get when you dedicate Karaoke night entirely to Cher songs?

    Okay, its a very loose attempt at naming a serve but we love Corner Fifty Three's take on gin, and we love to experiment with their gin too. A little leftover Lemon Tonic? Hmm, we’ll throw some Cherokee Gin in - does it go? Yes. Yes it does.

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  • Corner 53 - 5cl miniatures - A web exclusive

    We love the chaps at Corner 53 and we want so much to share their awesome work with our customers, that following the huge interest our miniatures as gifts - we convinced them produce their primary collection as a set of gin miniatures that we're now including in a our Gin gift bag collections (and as separate products)

    Check out the range..

    And if you're interested in something a bit more substantial, with presentation value - check out the 20cl boxed gift set.

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  • UK Delivery as little as £2.95

    Free tracked delivery on orders > £89

    Full tracked standard delivery with Parcelforce will be offered automatically for free with orders over £89.

    Need it quicker?

    You can even upgrade your free delivery to priority for just £2.50!

    Saturday delivery

    Saturday delivery options are also available at checkout.
    Important: Saturday delivery has been temporarily removed until further notice as it has proven unreliable and we don't want to mislead customers at its high cost into assuming that it guaranteed.

    Royal mail

    Our Royal mail delivery option gives you the opportunity to post any single bottle (or multiple < 2Kg total) to anywhere in the UK for just £3.95.

    Please bare in mind Royal mail packages are not a tracked service.
    Important: Royal mail delivery has been temporarily removed during the pandemic due to the heavy stress the RM are under and the lack of ability to track a shipments whereabouts

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  • Tinkture

    Tinkure are Hannah, the founder and creative soul, Sam her husband ("wishing we we're making Rum!") & Shaun, the master distiller.

    Tinkture's Gin is made in a very traditional manner, distilled in Copper Alembic Stills.
    Essentially you heat up a giant pot of special ‘soup’, which contains exact amounts of botanicals and alcohol, as this mixture heats up, the alcohol and flavours evaporate, they then make their way to the condenser, where this heady cloud condenses and returns to it’s liquid state. Continue reading The Gin Box Shop

  • Rose Tom Collins

    Tinkture's Organic Rose gin is full of the subtle nuances of the English garden; ideal for a long refreshing Tom Collins.

    The natural pigments in the Rose react with citric acid to turn the amber gin, pink; providing opportunity for a delightfully colourful serving.

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  • Trevethan Distillery

    It has always been tradition in Cornwall to celebrate the changing of the seasons with home-brewed alcohol.  The local hedgerows & woodland provide an abundance of seasonal flavours, whose use have in turn been passed down through generations.

    In the 1920s, Norman Trevethan epitomised this type of creative personality & in his early career was a chauffeur to Earl & Lady St Germans, regularly taking them to high society events in London.  Gin cocktails were the height of fashion and Norman took this influence back to his roots in Cornwall.

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