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10 Best Gins in the UK 2021 (Edinburgh Gin, Hendrick's and More)

Gin is having its renaissance in the drinks world recently; with more people turning to this old classic as their drink of choice, you'd be hard-pressed to not find a gin that takes your interest. Craft distilleries all over the UK are jumping on the gin bandwagon and finding new and interesting flavour combinations to surprise and satisfy your tastebuds all year round. 


So whether you're looking for the perfect party accompaniment or a cheeky dinnertime tipple, Amazon, Asda, John Lewis and Waitrose have a delicious range of gins to whet your whistle! From front runners such as Gordon's to the smaller craft distillery brands like Ableforth and Monkey 47, we're sure you'll find something that piques your fancy.

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Emily Luxton
  • Last updated: 23-08-2021
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How Is Gin Distilled for its Signature Flavours?

How Is Gin Distilled for its Signature Flavours?

Gin, which is most often made from a type of grain, starts its life as pure ethanol which flavours are then added to in a process known as re-distillation. From here, the method of making gin veers off in two directions; one being steeping and the other vapour infusion.


When gin is steeped, ethanol is heated in a large drum-like container condensing the alcohol over time while being steeped with juniper berries and various other botanicals to create a robust base. After being soaked for anything up to 48 hours, water is added to the concentrate to balance out the mixture, ready for bottling.  


Vapour-infused gin starts just like steeped gin: the ethanol is poured into a heatable container. However, rather than adding the botanicals to the ethanol, they're suspended in a basket above it. As the contents warm, the vapours draw out the essential oils from the botanical blend; thus, the oils infuse the vapour, giving the gin its flavour.

How to Choose a Gin in the UK

Choosing a gin is most definitely an enjoyable experience that will leave you completely spoiled for choice. So let us give you a head start on the types of gin you'll find on the market and the tantalising flavours that will be sure to tickle your tastebuds!

Ingredients and Flavours Vary Depending on the Type of Gin

Ingredients and Flavours Vary Depending on the Type of Gin

When choosing a gin it may be tempting to just go for the nicest-looking bottle. But taking the time to understand the different varieties and flavours is a surefire way to help you find your new favourite tipple.

Devoted Gin Purist? Stick to 'London Dry'

This is the most common gin you'll find and despite its name, does not have to be made in London. It does not use any artificial colours or flavours and uses very little, if not at all any sugar. Instead, London dry gin lets the juniper berry at the heart of this particular spirit do all the talking, owing to its trademark dry bite.


Because there are no other added ingredients masking the classic gin essence in this type of gin, you really get the taste of the true gin. This is the reason why a gin purist would often prefer a London dry gin over the other types. Good examples of London dry gins are brands like Gordon's dry gin, Bombay Sapphire and Tanqueray.

Old Tom Gin: The Sweeter, More Citrusy Take On a London Dry

Old Tom gin was a firm favourite amongst the wealthy in the 18th century and has been making a comeback with craft gin enthusiasts. Sweeter than your standard London dry gin thanks to the addition of sugar during distillation, it's slightly more palatable to gin newbies who haven't quite got used to the juniper aroma yet.


Apart from the added sugar, Old Tom stays largely faithful to the original London dry gin recipe and maintains its signature flavour. You will, however, find Old Tom gins by various companies like Langley's and Ableforth that add alternative ingredients to boost the botanical aromas of the juniper berry-like citrus peels, fennel and nutmeg.

Go For Sloe Gin as a Berry Fruit Alternative

Unmistakably recognisable for its deep red hue, sloe gin is slightly different from other types of gin you'll find. Made with sloe berries from the blackthorn bush, the berries are infused into an already prepared gin where the sugar content and colour is absorbed resulting in its sweeter liqueur and signature ruby colour.


While using sloe berries is the true British way of making sloe gin, US-based distillers have also started to put their own spin on things by using berries native to North America. Sloe gin also has a much lower ABV, only ranging between 15-30% making it much milder than your traditional clear gins.

Contemporary or Craft Gins: A Flavourful Twist on a Classic

Contemporary or craft gins are made in new and innovative ways by macerating the traditional juniper essence and elevating the flavour with more citrus, floral and earthy notes. There's no limit to what can be added to a craft gin, but whatever the combination, you can be sure of a delectable result for every palate.


If you're a gin purist, you may not consider this a London dry gin anymore, but rather a new breed of gin to be judged solely on the unique flavour profiles of each company. Some wonderful craft gins companies to look out for are Hendricks, Edinburgh gin and Haworth gin. 

'Navy Strength' Gins Have at Least a 57% ABV

Despite its namesake, the distillation method of navy strength gin has nothing to do with the navy, apart from questionable roots of how the 18th century Navy would avoid drinking watered-down gin. However, from this, navy strength gin will only be classified as 'navy strength' when the gin is at least 57% ABV


As a result of the higher content of alcohol, it gives way for an even more robust flavour as it allows for the addition of a higher percentage of essential oils. So do be aware that if your gin turns cloudy when mixed with a tonic or other mixer, it's perfectly normal. Drink responsibly with this one, captain!

Searching for exciting new drink ideas? Take a look at our favourite mixers for alcohol.

Always Check Your Alcohol Content

Always Check Your Alcohol Content

The strength of most forms of alcohol can vary a great deal and so you should take care in looking for the ABV percentage, this is the standardised measurement for the amount of alcohol present in an undiltued form.


Most gins that you will come across will sit in the range of 40%-50%; however as we've mentioned above, sloe gins are well below this percentage making them a better choice for those wanting to avoid a hangover. Likewise, for those brave souls who have no fear, the navy strength will most certainly give you that 57% kick! 

Alternatively, check out our article on alcohol-free spirits for a break from the booze that still serves on flavour!

Top 10 Best Gins in the UK

Now that you know about the different types of gin and the flavour profiles you might like to try, let us give you our top 10 ranked gins available in the UK. 

1

TanquerayLondon Dry Gin

£25.50

TypeLondon dry gin
NotesBotanical
ABV41.3%
Volume1ltr
OriginGreat Britain
2

Langleys Old Tom Gin

£24.00

TypeOld Tom
NotesBotanical
ABV40%
Volume70cl
OriginGreat Britain
3
TypeContemporary, craft
NotesBotanical, floral
ABV41.1%
Volume70cl
OriginScotland
4

Edinburgh GinRhubarb and Ginger Liqueur

£11.49

TypeContemporary, craft
NotesFloral, fruity
ABV40%
Volume50cl
OriginScotland
5
TypeContemporary, craft
NotesCitrus
ABV43%
Volume70cl
OriginJapan
6
TypeLondon dry gin
NotesCitrus
ABV43.7%
Volume70cl
OriginGreat Britain
7

Monkey 47Schwarzwald Botanical Artisan Dry Gin

£35.40

TypeContemporary, craft
NotesCitrus
ABV47%
Volume50cl
OriginGermany
8
TypeSloe
NotesFloral, fruity
ABV26%
Volume70cl
OriginGreat Britain
9
TypeNavy strength
NotesBotanical
ABV57.7%
Volume70cl
OriginGreat Britain
10

FireboxUnicorn Tears Raspberry Gin

£29.90

TypeContemporary/craft
NotesFruity
ABV40%
Volume50cl
OriginGreat Britain

Compare the Best Gins

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1
Tanqueray London Dry Gin 1

Tanqueray

2
Langleys  Old Tom Gin 1

Langleys

3
Hendrick's Hendrick's Gin 1

Hendrick's

4
Edinburgh Gin Rhubarb and Ginger Liqueur 1

Edinburgh Gin

5
Roku Japanese Craft Gin 1

Roku

6
Ableforth Bathtub Gin 1

Ableforth

7
Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Botanical Artisan Dry Gin 1

Monkey 47

8
Gordon's Sloe Gin 1

Gordon's

9
Sipsmith V.J.O.P. Gin 1

Sipsmith

10
Firebox Unicorn Tears Raspberry Gin 1

Firebox

Name

London Dry Gin

Old Tom Gin

Hendrick's Gin

Rhubarb and Ginger Liqueur

Japanese Craft Gin

Bathtub Gin

Schwarzwald Botanical Artisan Dry Gin

Sloe Gin

V.J.O.P. Gin

Unicorn Tears Raspberry Gin

Features

The Classic No-Nonsense Gin

A Quintessentially British Gin With a Modern Twist

An Enchanting Menagerie of Bulgarian Rose and Cucumber

Perfect as a Summertime Spritz or a Winter Warmer

The Four Japanese Seasons Infused Into a Bottle

Double Infused With Freshly Selected Botanicals

There's No Monkeying Around With This Artisanal Treat

A Berry Light Alternative

A Gin for the More Serious of Tipplers

For Those Who Love a Bit of Sparkle

Price£25.50£24.00£27.99£11.49£25.00£25.00£35.40£17.00£37.90£29.90
TypeLondon dry ginOld TomContemporary, craftContemporary, craftContemporary, craftLondon dry ginContemporary, craftSloeNavy strengthContemporary/craft
NotesBotanicalBotanicalBotanical, floralFloral, fruityCitrusCitrusCitrusFloral, fruityBotanicalFruity
ABV41.3%40%41.1%40%43%43.7%47%26%57.7%40%
Volume1ltr70cl70cl50cl70cl70cl50cl70cl70cl50cl
OriginGreat BritainGreat BritainScotlandScotlandJapanGreat BritainGermanyGreat BritainGreat BritainGreat Britain
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Choose a Mixer to Enhance the Flavour Profile

Choose a Mixer to Enhance the Flavour Profile

There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to how you drink your gin, but there are certain mixers that, when put with a particular gin, will really bring out the flavour profiles. Tonic waters being one of the 'best' mixers for gin come in various aromas from fragrant botanicals to zingy citrus types. 


Then there is literally everything else! Pairing gin with different lemonades like rose lemonade is great for the more botanical gins, whereas fruit juices such as grapefruit are wonderful for really enhancing citrus-based gins. It really is a personal choice when it comes to gin, so just get experimenting!

Summary

There you have it – the best gins available in the UK! Whether you're a gin purist or a total newbie to the gin world, we hope you have found something that has piqued your interest in this article. Here's to good health and please remember to drink responsibly!

Author: Yasmin Mitake

We're Feeling Gin-erous With Our Locally Distilled Tipples

The UK makes some of the best gins in the world, and yet many of us will only come across the small selection we see on supermarket shelves - but there's a wealth of locally distilled hidden gems to be discovered! Emily has chosen her top picks of the best gins from around the UK and we think they're all worth a sip or ten.

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mybest

Manchester GinWild Spirit Gin

£44.21

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