The Floral, Fruity Tastes of Brockmans Gin!

Brockmans is an award-winning artisanal gin crafted in the United Kingdom by founders Neil Everitt and Bob Fowkes. Founded in 2008, Brockmans Gin has quickly become one of the most popular gins on the market, with its bright and floral nose, unique flavor profile, and Mediterranean tonic pairing.

On the nose, Brockman's Gin is bright and floral, with notes of strawberry, hibiscus, a touch of sourness and a hint of raspberry. In the mids tere is a more traditional citrus bouquet while the lows have a faint hint of ethanol. Those who enjoy a sweeter gin experience will find this gin especially delicious as it has a dark forest-berry sweetness that pairs perfectly with Mediterranean tonic water.

For those looking to enjoy Brockmans Gin at home, one can fill their chilled glass with big ice cubes then add a double measure of their favourite gin. Pour tonic gently on top using a bar spoon to retain its fizz then twist a pink grapefruit peel over your drink before garnishing with two fresh blueberries for an added zing!

Brockmans has achieved numerous awards over its years in business including being named “Gin Of The Year” at the 2018 San Francisco World Competition. Additionally it was awarded “Best Premium Gin” at the 2020 International Spirits Challenge as well as earning Top Gold Medals from both competitions in 2020.

If you're looking for an artisanal gin experience to impress your friends or just something to sip on during these summer nights then Brockmans is worth trying out!

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The Unique Flavour of Brockmans Gin

Brockmans Gin has a bright and floral aroma, with notes of strawberry, hibiscus, a touch of sourness and a hint of raspberry, as well as more traditional citrus notes. On the palate, it is smooth and lightly sweet, with hints of juniper and citrus zest providing a subtle bitterness. Finally, there's just a faint hint of ethanol in the aftertaste. Together, these flavours create an enjoyable gin that can be enjoyed neat or mixed into a classic cocktail.

Enjoying Brockmans: The Perfect Way to Drink

Brockmans is best enjoyed in a chilled glass filled with big ice cubes. Add a double measure of Brockmans Gin and pour tonic over the top, using a bar spoon to keep the fizz. Twist the pink grapefruit peel over the drink, releasing its aromatic oils, and garnish with a couple of fresh blueberries for a refreshing finish. Enjoy!

Is Brockmans Gin Sweet?

Brockmans Gin is known for its intensely smooth taste and unique flavour profile. While it does have sweet notes, it is not overly sweet. The gin has a mix of fruit, blueberry, and berry notes that combine to create a subtle sweetness that is balanced by the juniper and spice flavours. It's an ideal gin for those who prefer a less sweet spirit.

Who is the Owner of Brockmans Gin?

Brockmans Gin is owned by Neil Everitt, a successful businessman and entrepreneur with a long history in the spirits industry. Neil founded the company in 2009 and has since becme the sole proprietor. He serves as both founder and board director of Brockmans Gin, overseeing its operations and growth. Since its launch, Brockmans Gin has quickly become one of the most popular gins on the market, with an emphasis on creating high-quality craft gin from unique botanicals. Neil has applied his experience in product development, marketing and branding to make Brockmans Gin stand out from the competition. His passion for creating unique concoctions has helped propel Brockmans into one of the leading names in craft gin.

The Age of Brockmans Gin

Brockmans Gin was founded in 2010 by Bob Fawkes and 3 English friends. With their experience in the world of spirits and distillation, they have been crafting their distinctively smooth gin for over 10 years. The result of hundreds of tested recipes, Brockmans Gin has become a unique, bold alternative to London Dry gins worldwide.


Brockmans Gin is an excellent gin that stands out from the crowd. It has a unique and moreish flavour with a dark forest-berry sweetness, and its bright and floral aroma is comprised of strawberry, hibiscus, sourness and raspberry. It has a traditional citrus bouquet in the mid-tones and a faint hint of ethanol in the lows. With a double measure of Brockmans Gin, Mediterranean Tonic Water, big ice cubes, pink grapefruit peel and blueberries to garnish, this gin truly makes for an unforgettable drink.

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