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Gin is a broad category of spirit, but the key flavour must always be juniper (from which its name ultimately derives). While names like Beefeater, Bombay Sapphire and Tanqueray are the big sellers, New Zealand has developed its own reputation for premium gin, including Greytown's Lighthouse gin and Auckland's Rogue Society. Don't forget to pick up some very fine Quina Fina tonic water on your way to the checkout!

  1. Made right here in Wellington, sharing space with Heyday Brewing on Cuba Street. This 'Wave' gin packs a punch at 47% - rich juniper and rosemary with underlying saltiness from sugar kelp. This is made for a powerful G&T
    $76.95 Bottle
  2. This Damson Plum & Blackberry Gin Liqueur is inspired by an old English sloe gin recipe using New Zealand grown autumn fruits.
    $65.95 Bottle
  3. The Little Biddy Gin – Summer experience begins with a combination of fresh, juicy New Zealand oranges and lemons. A smooth palate of juniper, citrus and ginger delivers a light and refreshing gin with a sweet finish from the addition of local West Coast Rātā honey.
    $79.95 Bottle

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  4. This limited release gin liqueur is our take on a traditional Japanese Umeshu, and is crafted by steeping green ume fruit in our New Zealand Garden Gin for ten months.
    $66.95 Bottle
  5. Hawke’s Bay Lemon, cucumber and soda tastes like Summer. *Just the good bits of Summer, like sunshine and good times. Not the bad stuff, like mosquitos and sunburn…
    $29.50 Pack
  6. The World’s Best Gin is now Ready to Drink. Upfront orange blossom, which is quickly balanced with bitterness and juniper citrus. Crisp. Refreshing.
    $16.95 Pack
  7. Made by steeping sloe berries in Hayman's Gin then blending with natural sugar for a rich, red liqueur wth a bitter-sweet fruit flavour.
    $53.95 Bottle
  8. Harvested when the first frosts arrive, wild sloe berries from blackthorn bushes which grow on limestone plateaus are left entirely to macerate in gin previously distilled at Maison Gabriel Boudier.
    $57.50 Bottle
  9. A London style dry gin, is proud to retain the traditional and genuine distillation methods of Seager Evans and Co. (established 1805) a London-based wine and spirits company.
    $48.95 Bottle
  10. Its classic styling and textbook style, with rich juniper, aromatic botanicals and clean waxy citrus, have made Beefeater one of the best known gins around. Classic gin at its best, and phenomenal value.
    $50.95 Bottle
  11. Legendary London Gin, vapour infused with ten hand selected botanicals... and no, the gin isn't blue - that's the unique blue 'sapphire' coloured bottle!
    $64.95 Bottle
  12. The Botanist Islay Dry Gin comes from the same distillery that is responsible for the Scottish Single Malt 'Bruichladdich'. The combination of 9 classic gin botanicals and 22 locally sourced herbs and flowers, makes this gin a true exploration of the botanical heritage of the Isle of Islay.
    $90.95 Bottle

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Gin is a broad category of spirit, but the key flavour must always be juniper (from which its name ultimately derives). While names like Beefeater, Bombay Sapphire and Tanqueray are the big sellers, New Zealand has developed its own reputation for premium gin, including Greytown's Lighthouse gin and Auckland's Rogue Society. Don't forget to pick up some very fine Quina Fina tonic water on your way to the checkout!