This juniper blunderbuss was created by wine merchant Berry Bros & Rudd to make the ultimate G&T, and my goodness it delivers – piney, powerful, but with a lemon-sherbet sweetness.
The Times, 9 March 2013
Sadly fruit flavoured spirits don’t count as part of your ﬁve-a-day. They taste bloody good though .
No.3 London Dry Gin, Named after the address of Berry Bros & Rudd (London’s oldest wine and spirit merchant), No.3 boasts six balanced botanicals with juniper at its core. Perfect for a classic martini or a gin and tonic with a twist of lime. Or both.
Squaremile.com, December 2012.
No.3 London Dry Gin is distilled to a proprietary recipe of berry Bros and Rudd, London's oldest wine and spirit merchant. The name No.3 refers to the address in St James Street, London: their home since 1698. With juniper at its heart, it unashamedly celebrates the integrity and character of traditional London Dry Gin: three fruits and three spices distilled in traditional copper pot stills.
Vogue, December 2012.
Three centuries of trading, three fruits and three spices... Berry Brothers' No.3 is a triple triumph. Juniper, the key ingredient in gin is complemented by sweet Spanish orange peel, grapefruit peel, Angelica root, Moroccan coriander and cardamom seeds.
A gin with a pedigree, Waitrose Weekend, 17/11/2011
This week's must-have: The Gin. Named after the company's St James's Street address. It's clean and simple with juniper to the fore.
The Mail on Sunday, 13/11/2011
Distilled in copper stills with coriander and earthy angelica, as well as juniper, this gin makes superb martinis.
Red magazine, Victoria Moore, 01/01/2011