A hearty Navy Strength Gin distilled in honour of the RNLI. We raise a glass to the courageous men and women who have worked selflessly over two centuries to end preventable loss of life at sea.
For every bottle you enjoy, gift or squirrel away, we give £5 to the RNLI.* We’ve raise over £30,000 to date.
Tasting Notes – A wonderfully big gin led by dry piney juniper, punctuated perfectly with a herbaceous jammy sweetness from marsh samphire, elderberries and Seville orange that jumps out of the glass in a long G&T. Full and forward, with a purposeful and moreish body. Delicious with ginger beer in a Gin Mule or in a Negroni.
Includes free 500ml bottle of Double Dutch Indian Tonic Water with every 70cl
* Payments are made to RNLI (Sales) Ltd (which pays all its taxable profits to the RNLI, a charity registered in England and Wales (209603) and Scotland (SC037736). Registered charity number 20003326 in the Republic of Ireland, of West Quay Road, Poole, Dorset BH15 1HZ. RNLI name and logo are trademarks of RNLI used by CONKER SPIRIT LIMITED under licence from RNLI (Sales) Ltd
“RNLI Navy Strength Gin - 57%, but the truth is its 100% quality. Calm seas. Love MPW x”
Originated from 9
carefully selected Botanicals
A bold and purposeful gin, worthy of its cause. Wheat spirit heat is accompanied by a symphony of fresh pine and sweet-spiced fruits. Lengthening beautifully to hold a presence in the glass.
Spirituous beginnings with a bold juniper pine and complex warm spice.
Upfront juniper pine and a warm savoury spice are paired in equal measure with the herbaceous sweetness of orange and dark-blue fruits of elderberry. Big mouthfeel and oily on the pallet. Complex and meaningful.
Long and lingering like its Dorset Dry heritage, with a warming heat.
2019 – London Spirits Competition BRONZE
2019 – Taste Of The West SILVER
2019 – San Francisco World Spirits Competition Packaging Design BRONZE
2019 – San Francisco World Spirits Competition GOLD
2019 – International Spirit Challenge SILVER
2018 – London Spirits Competition SILVER