Sir Edmond Gin 40%, 70cl x 6

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This delicate gin featuring juniper, cardamom, cinnamon, angelica root and ginger, was infused with vanilla from the island of Réunion – hence its tropically sweet twist.

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This delicate gin featuring juniper, cardamom, cinnamon, angelica root and ginger, was infused with vanilla from the island of Réunion – hence its tropically sweet twist.

At age 12, Réunion native Edmond Albius (1829-1880) pioneered the quick pollination of vanilla orchids by hand, changing the course of vanilla history. Sir Edmond Gin honours his legacy.

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1 review for Sir Edmond Gin 40%, 70cl x 6

  1. Lucas

    Best gin ever tasted… Would recommend.

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The Mixology Collection was founded by Damien and Jenny Egan, a husband and wife team focused on representing small-batch producers from around the world.

Damien has a background in music production and international distribution management, whilst Jenny is from a design and research background. Both have a keen interest in spirits, and their combined collection required them to buy a very large drinks cabinet!

The inspiration for their company came about through their love of travelling, when they discovered a variety of unique and exciting brands that were unknown in the UK.