Hayman's Small Gin - it's all rather Alice in Wonderland. It is also delicious.
These glasses are tall, slim and elegant, with a thick tulip-style lip; the result is not only an ice-cold G&T, but also a wonderfully aromatic drink. It seems that Hayman’s has got the ideal gin-drinking receptacle down to a perfect science.
Just one thimbleful of Hayman's Small Gin packs enough flavour for a full-sized G & T.
It may not look like much but this tiny bottle of gin can make 40 gin and tonics. I'm pleased our shoppers will be able to try a lower-alcohol version without sacrificing any of the flavour.
Tastes as good as the standard Hayman’s gin but only 0.2 units – about a fifth of the alcohol of a standard one. Very clever stuff.
The addition of grapefruit and British fuggles hops give this gin a lovely, balanced grassy and citrusy edge.
The result is a bright, grassy creation with hints of pine and straw and a sweeter citrusy palate.
The sloe berries add a sweetness to the gin so, instead of tonic, try adding the sweet gin to a punch or sparkling wine.
True quality stands the test of time. Give this time-honoured tipple the respect it deserves by serving in a classic Martini.
There’s growing interest among cocktail enthusiasts in Old Tom Gin – a slightly sweetened spirit which is closer to the kind of gin which would have been drunk in 19th century.
Such a fascinating, innovative release, Hayman’s Small Gin was definitely a highlight of the last twelve months.
Like a fabric softener, Hayman's Small Gin is so concentrated you only need a fifth of the measure for it to taste like a real G & T.