A global cast
More than 60 gins will be available for Gin Live London guests to sample at this year’s event. Among them are:
A contemporary Californian gin inspired by the vibrancy of the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona, Spain. The brand’s founder, Chris Klug, had studied viticulture, brewing and distillation before he travelled to Barcelona in 2017 and began studying gin making.
Produced by Tobermory Distillery on the Isle of Mull to embody its Hebridean homeland. Dating back to the 1790s, the distillery produces whisky and gin under the watchful eye of award-winning master blender Julieann Fernandez.
Distilled in Sri Lanka to a secret family recipe handed down over four generations. Founded in 1924 as an arrack producer, the Rockland distillery now has two gin brands: Rockland and Colombo.
The original grape-based gin, launched in 2006 by Gin Magazine
Hall of Fame inductee Jean-Sébastien Robicquet. The G’Vine gin range, including Floraison, Nouaison and June by G’Vine, is produced by French spirits company Maison Villevert.
Demonstrating gin-making expertise and heritage in the heart of London. The Hayman’s name has been synonymous with gin in England for more than 150 years, and the generation now at the helm is combining traditional family recipes with modern innovations.
A small but mighty Slovenian distillery producing a range of internationally commended gins, including its London Dry, Navy Strength, and Old Tom (twice named World’s Best Old Tom at the World Gin Awards).
From a picturesque but highly innovative English spirits maker. Cotswolds Distillery showcases the best of classic styles and modern techniques through its range of gins, from Cotswolds Dry Gin to the Wildflower series and its Dry Gin Essence.
A thoroughly Scottish spirit made with locally foraged botanicals. Its producer, Crafty Distillery, is one of few gin distillers in the United Kingdom to produce its own base spirit, which is made using locally grown wheat.
The flagship gin from Audemus Spirits, named Craft Producer of the Year in the Icons of Gin 2020. The Cognac-based distillery makes a range of small-batch vacuum-distilled spirits, including Pink Pepper and Umami Gins.
A small-batch gin distilled to showcase the spirit of its biodiverse home: the Amazon. Canaïma is created with botanicals sourced sustainably from the rainforest, including açaí berries, uva de palma and túpiro.
A distiller honouring artisinal production methods. Its range of gins, including London Dry and Oriental Spiced, is made on open flame-heated copper pot stills.