NoBody does London Dry Gin quite like NB
NB Gin was launched in 2013 in North Berwick, Scotland (Hence the ‘NB’) by husband and wife, Steve and Viv Muir. After, we assume, a good few test batches, the result is a 42% ABV London Dry gin made in-house using grain spirit and 8 traditional botanicals including lemon peel and grains of paradise (yes, that’s a real thing!). NB Gin is a classic, traditional London Dry Gin which is juniper-led and smooth with a long finish, so good that it was voted the World’s Best London Dry Gin in 2015.
What is London Dry Gin?
London dry gin doesn’t have to come from London, it’s a style of gin rather than a geographical speciality. The pre-requisites of a London Dry Gin are that it has to be distilled with botanicals to get the flavour, and you can’t add any artificial flavourings or additives after distillation.
What does NB Gin taste like?
NB Gin has a clear juniper nose and taste and is smooth with a peppery taste. It can be drunk on its own or used in cocktails.
At the moment NB Gin have a special deal on their ‘Ginsolation Pack’
What do you get in a Ginsolation kit?
1 x (70CL) NB Gin 42%
4 x 200 ml of Bon Accord tonic or equivalent
1 X NBM Hand Sanitiser 500ML
Bon Accord is one of our favourite Scottish soft drinks producers and you can never have enough hand sanitiser just now!
The GiNsolation pack can be purchased from NB Distillery.
NB Gin can also be purchased from the following online retailers:
Rose Gin & Tonic Recipe
Juice of half a lemon
30ml simple syrup infused with 1 tsp rosewater
40ml NB gin
Make your simple syrup:- simply simmer equal parts sugar and water with 1tsp rosewater for 5-10 minutes until the sugar dissolves and you have a clear syrup.
Wait until it cools to add to your shaker.
Add the rest of your ingredients to a cocktail shaker with ice and shake for a minute.
Pour into a glass.
Top up with tonic water.
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Rose gin and tonic
- Juice of half a lemon
- 30 ml simple syrup infused with 1 tsp rosewater
- 40 ml gin
- 100 ml tonic
- Make your simple syrup:- simply simmer equal parts sugar and water with 1tsp rosewater for 5-10 minutes until the sugar dissolves and you have a clear syrup.
- Wait until it cools to add to your shaker.
- Add the rest of your ingredients to a cocktail shaker with ice and shake for a minute.
- Pour into a glass.
- Top up with tonic water.
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Disclaimer: The good folk at NB Gin sent us a complimentary Ginsolation pack.