Winning cocktail: Love of a giant
Inspired by the "Legend about the giant who built my hometown".
Shake and strain into a small coupe.
Beefeater London Dry Gin
Named after the Yeoman Warders Who've guarded the Tower of London since appointed as personal bodyguards by King Henry VIII in 1485, they remain the Queens's
Beefeater Crown Jewel
Originally launched in 1993 and aimed at the travel retail market, this premium Beefeater expression named after the Crown Jewels displayed at the Tower
Now discontinued, Beefeater Wet used a base of Beefeater gin, flavoured with pear essence and sweetened by the addition of a little sugar.
Beefeater 24 Gin
Flavoured with 12 botanicals including rare teas, Beefeater 24 takes its name from the 24-hour period the botanicals are steeped in alcohol prior to distillation.
Beefeater London Market
Released in June 2011, this is the third in a series of Beefeater limited editions developed by Beefeater's master distiller, Desmond Payne. London Market
Beefeater Summer Edition
A limited edition seasonal line extension to classic Beefeater gin based on the original Beefeater botanical recipe with the addition of floral botanicals
Hawker's Sloe Gin
Originally established by James Hawker & Co., a firm of Portsmouth wine merchants. Hawker's suffered as its then owner Allied Domecq struggled to compete
Beefeater Burrough's Reserve
Launched June 2013, Burrough's Reserve is distilled in a small 19th Century copper pot still and then rested in oak casks for a period prior to bottling.
Beefeater London Garden
Available exclusively at Beefeater London, the brand’s gin distillery and visitor centre, Beefeater London Garden Gin was launched in May 2014 to coincide