Задайте свой вопрос
Наш менеджер свяжется с Вами в ближайшее время
Click to order
Your reservation:
Total: 

Notice: alcoholic beverages can only be purchased directly by self-pickup in partner stores!


We kindly ask you not to come without confirmation from the manager about the readiness of the order.

Your name
Your E-mail
Your phone number

Write to us

Our manager will contact you soon

Gins
An Dúlamán
In the remote county of Donegal on the wild coast of the Atlantic, the Dulaman gin was created. Named after an Irish folk song about seaweed collectors, this unusual drink reflects the essence and taste of the region.

The coast around the mighty cliffs of Sliabh Liag is an amazing reward for local marine foragers who use centuries-old knowledge about collecting algae. For example, tiny red pepper dulse growing in the crevices of rocky capes are harvested for gin production during the full moon at low tide.

Having restored the first distillery since 1841, the Doherty family revives the rural ancient traditions of production.
An Dúlamán
In the remote county of Donegal on the wild coast of the Atlantic, the Dulaman gin was created. Named after an Irish folk song about seaweed collectors, this unusual drink reflects the essence and taste of the region.

The coast around the mighty cliffs of Sliabh Liag is an amazing reward for local marine foragers who use centuries-old knowledge about collecting algae. For example, tiny red pepper dulse growing in the crevices of rocky capes are harvested for gin production during the full moon at low tide.

Having restored the first distillery since 1841, the Doherty family revives the rural ancient traditions of production.
Porter's
The three founders of gin Porter: Alex, Ben and Josh joined together thanks to the desire to create light, delicious gin recipes. They spent years perfecting the art of vacuum distillation, working together in Aberdeen, Scotland.

Porters gin recipes are created using high-quality British spirits (gin is made from 100% British wheat) and natural, carefully selected vegetable ingredients.
Porter's gin is the result of many years of experiments with flavors and distillation. It is named after the innovative professor Andrew Porter from the University of Aberdeen, who studied various methods of cold distillation.
Porter's
The three founders of gin Porter: Alex, Ben and Josh joined together thanks to the desire to create light, delicious gin recipes. They spent years perfecting the art of vacuum distillation, working together in Aberdeen, Scotland.

Porters gin recipes are created using high-quality British spirits (gin is made from 100% British wheat) and natural, carefully selected vegetable ingredients.
Porter's gin is the result of many years of experiments with flavors and distillation. It is named after the innovative professor Andrew Porter from the University of Aberdeen, who studied various methods of cold distillation.
Broker's
The distillery where Broker's gin is produced is located near Birmingham, its age is more than 200 years, the same as the classic gin recipe.

"Distilled using well-known botanicals and a traditional copper cube, Brokers is a real London dry gin.

We support the 200-year-old recipe of our ancestors, because we believe that they understood how to do it correctly, the first time. A classic recipe with a touch of playfulness, nevertheless, Gin Brokers is the result of serious consideration and a carefree approach.

Hats off to the best gin in the world and the best friend of bartenders."
Broker's
The distillery where Broker's gin is produced is located near Birmingham, its age is more than 200 years, the same as the classic gin recipe.

"Distilled using well-known botanicals and a traditional copper cube, Brokers is a real London dry gin.
We support the 200-year-old recipe of our ancestors, because we believe that they understood how to do it correctly, the first time. A classic recipe with a touch of playfulness, nevertheless, Gin Brokers is the result of serious consideration and a carefree approach.
Hats off to the best gin in the world and the best friend of bartenders."