Gin Brands

The gin category is wide and covers a number of styles and profiles. The gin profile and category for each of our member gins has (where shown) been supplied by the brand owner. Gin categories are very general, as this description is an art and matter of personal taste, not a science, but we hope will be of general guidance and assistance.

1897 Quinine Gin

Gin brand

Bedrock Gin

Gin brand

Bedrock Export Gin

Gin brand

Beefeater 24

Gin brand

Blue Bottle Gin

Gin brand

Bombay Dry Gin

Gin brand

Six o’clock Gin

Gin brand

Brighton Gin

Gin brand

Caorunn Gin

Gin brand

Coldstream Gin

Gin brand

Copper House Gin

Gin brand

Cotswolds Dry Gin

Gin brand

Cream Gin

Gin brand

Edinburgh Gin

Gin brand

Fireside Gin

Gin brand

Gilbey's Gin

Gin brand

Golden Moon Gin

Gin brand

Gordon's Gin

Featured Gin brand

Greater Than Gin

Gin brand

G’vine Floraison

Gin brand

G’vine Nouaison

Gin brand

Harrington Dry Gin

Gin brand

Hayman’s 1820 Gin Liqueur

Featured Gin brand

Hendrick’s Gin

Gin brand

Hogarth Gin

Gin brand

Kirsty's Gin

Gin brand

Liverpool dry gin

Gin brand

Napue Gin

Gin brand

Northern dry gin

Gin brand

Origin Gin

Gin brand

Oxley Gin

Featured Gin brand

Plymouth gin

Gin brand

Plymouth Navy Strength

Featured Gin brand

Plymouth Sloe gin

Gin brand

Saffron Gin

Gin brand

Shortcross Gin

Gin brand

Sipsmith Sloe Gin

Gin brand

Sipsmith V.J.O.P

Gin brand

Slingsby dry gin

Gin brand

Star of Bombay Gin

Gin brand

Summer Cup

Gin brand

Tanqueray No.Ten

Gin brand

The 1495 Gin

Gin brand

The Fifty Pounds Gin

Featured Gin brand

Whitley Neill

Gin brand

Definitions of Gin categories

The definitions of gin are also wide. The following definitions cover the main gin types:

The following are not distilled gins and, as such, are not recongised by the Gin Guild:

 
 
 
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