Stonewall Gin 70cl – Smooth London Dry £36

Stonewall Gin – how and where

Stonewall Spirits Gin is lovingly crafted using juniper, coriander, orange, liquorice, almonds, and the tangy coastal berry, sea buckthorn. Distilled on the East Coast of England by the family business using a South American Copper Bain Marie designed and built specifically for Stonewall Spirits.


Our London Dry Gin takes pride in its smooth character, ensuring a velvety texture that glides effortlessly over the taste buds. Our carefully selected botanicals, including juniper, coriander, orange and sea buckthorn, work in harmony to deliver a refined and well-rounded craft gin.

Tasting Notes

Silky smooth and extremely elegant, our classic London Dry has a cool crystal clearness, the taste of summer breeze meandering through misty pine forests and then wandering down to warm and comforting citrus orchards. Clean, sharp, and modern gin.

Perfect Serve

London Dry G&T perfect serve - big square ice, 50ml Stonewall Gin, bottle Fever-Tree Indian tonic water, and a slice of lime, chunky slice pink grapefruit, gently fold together with muddler/metal spoon, a sprig of heated rosemary optional at the side of the glass. Use as an ingredient to make fab cocktails.

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A fight for equality & Acceptance

The Story of the Stonewall Riots

This spirit was born on 28th June 1969 in The Stonewall Inn New York at precisely 1.20am

Stonewall Spirits retells the inspiring events of the 1969 Stonewall Riots and how one night became a pivotal moment for the LGBTQ+ community which still resonates today. We believe it’s important to reintroduce the story to each new generation. We also ask every customer to tell family and friends why they purchased the bottle and hopefully retell themselves the story of the riots. By doing this we hope to not only keep the riot's memory alive but also spread acceptance and equality and reduce homophobia through education.