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Other Spirits

Berrys' Own Selection range of Vodka, Gin, Rum, Eaux-de-Vie, Vermouth, Liqueurs encompasses major brand names, and it is augmented by bottlings of Berrys' Own Selection Spirits that are carefully selected to capture a variety of styles and ages.

The following sections offer detailed information on the history, the production process, the makers and the styles of spirits.

Gin N3 London Dry, Premium Gin

Premium Japanese Sake

No.3 London Dry Gin
Our Gin range represents all major styles (Plymouth and London Gin) and features the recently released Super-Premium Gin No.3, alongside bottlings from Berrys' Own Selection and other brands.

Japanese Sake
Our range of Sake covers several styles. From versatile Oka, to the lush richness of Osagekko, to the manifold delights of Fukukomachi Daiginjo.


Rum

The King's Ginger Liqueur

Rum
Browse our award-winning Rum selection that encompasses brand names, such as Havana Club, Mount Gay, Angostura Rum, as well as Berrys' Own Selection cask bottlings from exceptional, old and rare fine Rums.

The Kings Ginger
The King’s Ginger is the emphatically ginger liqueur that was specifically formulated by Berry Bros. & Rudd in 1903 for King Edward VII. Rich and zesty, it was created to stimulate and revivify His Majesty and has been appreciated by bon viveurs ever since.


Vodka

Eaux de Vie

Vodka
Our Vodka range includes household names, from Stoli, Smirnoff and Absolut, to the premium, Polish U'Luvka. U'Luvka has been honoured with ten international awards, including four Gold medals for "exceptional Vodka".

Eaux-de-Vie
Our selection of Eaux-de-Vie reflects the versatility of styles and provenance found in this category of Spirits: examples include Poire, Kirch, Mirabelle, Fraise and more.

Vodka

Liqueurs
Our liqueur range encompasses a wide array of styles, including Cassis, Whisky Liqueurs, Grappa-based Liqueurs, Chartreuse, Absinthe, and Berrys' "King's Ginger".



Vermouth
Our range includes Vermouths from two suberb ambassadors of the category, Cinzano (Italy) and Lillet (France).