East London Liquor Company Premium Batch No.2 Gin


Gin made by the team at East London Liquor Company that has a distinctive herbaceous and savoury profile.

Alcohol 47.0% vol.

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East London Liquor Company’s Premium Batch No.2 Gin was crafted with the typical English herb garden in mind. Distilled using the finest 100% British wheat spirit along with lemon peel, coriander, angelica root, juniper berries, thyme, winter savoury, orris root, fennel seeds, sage, bay leaf and lavender, it is a herbaceous gin that shines in savoury or bitter style cocktails.

Appearance: Clear.
Nose: Juniper forward, followed by fennel and lavender.
Taste: Herbaceous with notes of sage, lemon and thyme.
Finish: Chewy and herbal backed by juniper.
Overall: Packed full of garden character.


This herbaceous gin from East London Liquor Company is perfect for lovers of all things savoury. It mixes really well in classic cocktails such as a Negroni or a Gibson Martini.

If the person you’re buying for is a fan of the East London Liquor Company Premium Batch No.2 Gin, you could also try Martin Miller’s Westbourne Strength, Gabriel Boudier Saffron or Hendrick’s.


Alcoholic spirits originally found their place as a “cure all’ in medieval Europe. Gin was the next step, incorporating the medical benefits held in plants. Various botanical elements were thought to have different health giving properties most notably in the case of gin, juniper. When mixed with spiritus alcohol a rudimentary medicine was formed and became popular all over the continent.

East London Liquor Company

Originally a glue factory in Bow Wharf, East London Liquor Company found their home in the disused industrial space and repurposed the venue to begin distilling in July 2014, producing and importing a range of spirits, including whisky, gin, vodka, and rum.

Lemon Peel, Coriander, Angelica Root, Juniper Berries, Thyme, Winter Savoury, Orris Root, Fennel Seeds, Sage, Bay Leaf, Lavender.