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Longtooth Gin is a modern twist on an iconic 60s brand. It looks almost too good to drink, tastes fabulous and the Master Distiller is a woman - purrrfect for World Gin Day!

There’s a cool new botanical gin in town, that’s ticking every box on our top tipple list. Longtooth Gin, a modern twist on an iconic 60s brand, looks almost too gorgeous to drink, tastes fabulous, the Master Distiller, is a woman AND 10% of all profits go to the WWF to save the tigers. I know, right?! Could we love it any more?

Bengal Gin was THE gin to drink back in the Sixties – having established itself as one of the most distinctive and super cool brands of the decade. Longtooth is a faithful recreation of this once revered spirit. Smooth, strong and impeccably bred, it’s made with only the finest ingredients, to a recipe created by one of the most respected Master Distillers in the world.

Fast-forward half a century and this Sixties icon became the blueprint for a new London dry gin, Longtooth, developed by the creator of some of the world’s most successful and exclusive gin flavours and brought to you by a team of Tunbridge Wells gin connoisseurs.

Even better, the Master Distiller, is a woman widely acknowledged to be one of the most successful innovators in the drinks world. Over six months she created the recipe: juniper then citrus with spice builds of cassia, cinnamon and chicory, and a finish of mustard seeds (gluten free and vegan too!)

It’s a super smooth gin, which makes it grrrrreat for a martini. Make mine the Maneater Martini (obvs!). Buy your bottle online and get mixing. Purrrrfect.

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