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Our Address

Hayman’s Distillery
8a Weir Road
SW12 0NA

How to get to us

We are a 12-minute walk from Balham station (Northern line, zone 3 Overground and Underground) or a 15-minute walk from Clapham South station (Northern line, zone 2 Underground).

Est. 1863

Hayman’s Berry Collins

You will need…

Steps to make…

  1. Muddle the raspberries and blueberries in the bottom of a Collins or highball glass.
  2. Fill with crushed ice, then add Hayman’s Old Tom Gin, lemon juice, simple sugar syrup and stir gently.
  3. Top with soda and garnish with more berries and a lemon slice.

Hayman’s Marmalade Collins

You will need…

  • 50ml Hayman’s Old Tom Gin
  • 25ml Lemon Juice
  • Orange Marmalade
  • 100ml Soda water
  • Dehydrated orange wheel to garnish

Steps to make…

  1. Add the Hayman’s Old Tom Gin, lemon juice and 2 teaspoons of marmalade into a tall glass
  2. Mix in with a spoon to dissolve the marmalade slightly.
  3. Fill the glass with ice and stir to mix all the ingredients.
  4. Top with soda water and give it a quick stir (you don’t want to lose all the beautiful bubbles)
  5. Garnish with dehydrated orange wheel (or a wedge of orange).

Easy Tom Collins

You will need…

Steps to make…

  1. Fill a highball glass with cubed ice.
  2. Pour in the gin.
  3. Top up with Sicilian lemonade.
  4. Garnish with a lemon wedge.

For the true taste

It may sound counter-intuitive, but make sure your glass is full to the brim with ice, to ensure that your drink doesn’t become diluted. The more ice in your glass, the slower it melts, meaning less risk of dilution.

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You have to be over 18* to enter the home of English Gin

* Or over 21, depending on where you live