From its earliest origins in the Middle Ages, the drink has evolved from herbal medicine to a commodity in the spirits industry. The gin was developed from the Dutch distillate “Jenever” and became popular in Great Britain (particularly in London) when William of Orange became King William III of England.

Emerald & Ruby

Supersonic Gin & Tonic
Gin, Simple Syrup, Fresh Espresso, Tonic Water, Cucumber to Garnish.
Breeze Of The Seven Seas
Gin, Grapefruit Juice, Cranberry Juice, Club Soda, Lime Wheel to Garnish.
Gin, Campari, Orange Juice, Prosecco, Orange to Garnish,

Pearl & Safire

Green gin
Green tea, lime, simple syrup and berries on top
Minty Lady
Orange liquor, lime juice, mint infused syrup
Gin & tonic
Tonic water and berries, citrics or spices



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  • Potassium: 0.8mg.
  • Total Carbohydrates: 0g.
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