Brighton Gin

Brighton Gin distilled beside the seaside, is made with 100% British organic wheat spirit, super smooth, and without any of the nasties that can give you a sore and sorry head, which they re-distil with juniper, fresh orange and lime peel, locally grown coriander seed (the first UK commercially grown coriander seed in over 200 years) and milk thistle, which is indigenous to the South Downs and renowned for its kindness to the liver function.

Each bottle is filled by hand, they stick each label on and dip everyone in wax them selves: no factory production lines here. They also try to keep their carbon footprint down by delivering in Brighton and Hove on their specially adapted gin bike – that’s a lot of huffing and puffing up some of those hills!

They also found that drinking Brighton Gin neat with just ice and a twist of orange was a rather nice thing to do, and many of their drinkers just prefer to do that. But it works well with a splash of quality tonic, and they recommend a slice of orange to bring out the flavour of the citrus botanicals at their very best.

Brighton Gin distilled beside the seaside, is made with 100% British organic wheat spirit, super smooth, and without any of the nasties that can give you a sore and sorry head, which they re-distil with juniper, fresh orange and lime peel, locally grown coriander seed (the first UK commercially grown coriander seed in over 200 years) and milk thistle, which is indigenous to the South Downs and renowned for its kindness to the liver function.

Each bottle is filled by hand, they stick each label on and dip everyone in wax them selves: no factory production lines here. They also try to keep their carbon footprint down by delivering in Brighton and Hove on their specially adapted gin bike – that’s a lot of huffing and puffing up some of those hills!

They also found that drinking Brighton Gin neat with just ice and a twist of orange was a rather nice thing to do, and many of their drinkers just prefer to do that. But it works well with a splash of quality tonic, and they recommend a slice of orange to bring out the flavour of the citrus botanicals at their very best.