We create Dartmouth English Gin with the finest botanicals we can source from around the World, together with herbs, flowers and fruit from the Calancombe Estate. The crystal clear fresh spring water, sourced at Calancombe, is an essential element of the gin we produce.
Dartmouth English Gin is smooth, full bodied and refreshing. It can be enjoyed on its own, is delightful with tonic and is the perfect foundation for a wide range of cocktails, where the gin’s complexity and balance provide the perfect serve.
Our families’ past has been woven into the fabric and history of Dartmouth and the surrounding area for centuries – shipwrights, master mariners, Brixham trawlermen; builders and captains of sailing and steam ships that voyaged from Dartmouth delivering cargo and passengers cross the oceans.
This award winning gin brings a bit of the seaside home!
This a beautiful citrusy gin! I love it and it what’s best is that it comes from one of my favourite parts of the English coastline. It is absolutely refreshing and the tonic is spot on a perfect pairing with it. It really compliments this gin! There are good juniper and spices such as cardamom, slightly sweet liquorice taste, which I’m not usually a fan of but this gentle sweetness is great and not overpowering at all.
The bottle is beautiful and I love the added detail on the back of the lions and seahorses them really highlights English seaside town. A great gin!
They have many stockists in the South and South West and Amazon or you can easily purchase their gin on their website for £38 or £40.50 if you would like it is a gift box. They have a lovely range of merchandise on their online store, which include branded glasses and T-shirt’s as well as their own Navy Strength Gin.
Dartmouth Gin is just beautiful. From the beauty of the English design of the lions on the, bottle to how easy it is to drink. A classic Juniper gin with kaffir lime leaf (which you can smell as soon as you pour ) and coriander, along with the citrus notes. This gin has strong juniper notes, with subtle hints of lavender and other floral notes bringing us to the famous Devon scene.
Dartmouth gin has 17 botanicals in, now it’s easy to get overwhelmed with too much but they have done it beautifully, resulting in a smooth easy to drink gin. I served mine with dried grapefruit to complement the citrus tones and topped with a simple tonic as it has such a bold flavour I didn’t want to lose the taste.