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are currently loving No.3 London Gin and why wouldn’t we? It combines two of our favourite things; London and Gin and tastes great. The Gin from Berry Brothers & Rudd – Britain’s oldest wine and spirits merchants comes in a rather swish green bottle with a key set into the glass.

After previously only being available online and via the Berry Brothers shop it is now available in Waitrose stores throughout London and Gerry’s Wine & Spirits on Old Compton Street. We like the gin served the old fashion way – a good old G & T only with a slice of grapefruit instead of lime.

£33.65 for a 70cl bottle.