Little Bird London Dry Gin
£29.45

Little Bird London Dry Gin

70cl | 40.6% ABV | England

Made in London, Little Bird Gin is a classic London Dry with a great juniper heart supported by a musky, herbal note and a bright citrus.

Little Bird Gin is a perfectly well-rounded gin that strikes the right balance across the flavour spectrum – piney juniper, juicy grapefruit and a warm ginger spice. Try it in a G&T with a grapefruit wheel garnish.

Key Flavours

Citrus
Juniper
Herbal

About this product

Little Bird Gin is made London Dry style at Thames Distillers in Clapham. The botanicals are largely kept secret, though we’re well informed that orange peel, grapefruit and ginger are in the mix.

Though it doesn’t distil on sight, Little Bird Gin has a bar in Matby Street Market, Bermondsey, that is well worth a visit, with a cracking cocktail menu and a warm, welcoming vibe.

Thames Distillers, based in South London, is a contract distillery responsible for creating so many of today’s gins. Distiller Charles Maxwell is a dab hand, able to perfect a gin within a couple of tries. If he’s made it, it’s good.

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