Six Dogs Gin 2 x 70cl for €75
SPECIAL OFFER- Choose any 2 of your favourite Six Dogs 70cl Gins for only €75,-
Six Dogs Gin
Choose any 2 of the delicious Six Dogs Gins from the Karoo region of South Africa for only €75
Six Dogs Karoo Gin
In creating their first Gin, Six Dogs took their time. Over two years in fact, and over 180 different recipes before this delicious gin was finished.
When first trying this gin we loved it sipped simply over ice. But it equally works well when paired with a good tonic such as Three Cents Tonic Water. Add a few cubes of ice to a glass and pour in 50ml of the gin. Top up with 100 - 150ml of tonic, and stir gently. Garnish with a simple slice or wedge of lime.
Six Dogs Blue Gin
With their Blue Gin, Six Dogs have created a classic dry gin with an intruiging blue colour. ('Blue' was also the name of the smallest of the original Six Dogs from which the distillery gets its name).
To ensure the "magic" from the colour change, this is best enjoyed with a good quality Tonic Water, such as Three Cents Dry Tonic. In a large glass filled with ice, add 50ml of the gin and top up with 100 - 150ml of the tonic. Stir gently as the colour changes, and garnish with some fresh berries. For a citrus twist to the drink, try with Three Cents Lemon Tonic instead, and garnish with a slice of lemon.
Six Dogs Honey Lime Gin
Taking farm honey, home-grown limes, and premium botanical spirit - Six Dogs have created a deliciously different citrus gin.
Easily enjoyed neat, over ice - this can also make a really enjoyable citrus gin and tonic. It's best to use a neutral tonic, such as Three Cents Dry to ensure all the nuances of the gin can shine. Take a glass filled with ice and add 50ml of gin and 100 - 150ml of the tonic. Garnish simple with a slice of lime.
Six Dogs Pinotage Stained Gin
With their Pinotage Stained Gin, Six Dogs have made excellent use of their neighbours Pinotage grapes (a uniquely South African cultivar), combining these with their gin to create something truly delicious.
We recommend trying this one neat ove a couple of ice cubes, and enjoying slowly. However, if you like your drinks a little longer, or perhaps more refreshing - try with Three Cents Dry Tonic Water. Fill a glass with ice and add 50ml of gin and 100ml of the tonic. Stir gently, and garnish with a slice of lemon and a few red grapes (frozen ones are perfect)