Greenwich Marine London Dry Gin - Bastard Spirits

Greenwich Marine London Dry Gin

Greenwich Marine London Dry Gin celebrates the maritime heritage of Greenwich and the greats
explorers who set sail on adventures to explore the world.

Distilling English marine botanicals and pairing them with unique ingredients and flavors from around the world, giving Greenwich Gin a distinctive taste journey, while building its foundation on a classic London Dry base.

They keep sustainability at the core of their business, from sourcing ingredients to packaging and production. Their products are plastic free stoppers/labels/seals/packaging and every bottle sold helps sponsor marine conservation projects with their partner The Seahorse Trust.

The creator behind Greenwich, Gonzalo Ruiz likes to think of botanicals in three groups. First you have the classic London Dry botanicals such as juniper, coriander, angelica, bitter orange and fresh lime peel; these form the background of Greenwich Gin. The second group is the marine and coastal botanicals, which are Atlantic dulse, sea fennel and kumbu kelp. These give the gin a unique quality of sea freshness.

Finally, you have the "world deals", which is where the magic happens. It is carefully selected
flavors from all over the world that are very unique and exciting: Lulo from Colombia, sakura from Japan, tonka from the Amazon, balsam fir from the Canadian boreal forest and pink pepper from Brazil. These form the top layer of the flavor journey, which tops the gin off with lovely spicy, dry and sweet flavours.


Anno Distillery, Kent (England)


13 botanicals are used, including juniper, lime peel, orange peel, tonka, rose pepper, seaweed, sea fennel, & cherry blossom.

Tasting notes:

Juniper berries and spruce accompanied by crisp and bright citrus notes of limes and oranges. Citrus freshness with gentle juniper gives way to a light maritime breeze that remains in the background. A long well-rounded spicy finish.

  • Contents: 70 cl
  • Strength: 40% alc./vol.
SKU: 62e2916312452