Graveney Gin

Inspired by the pure passion of gin, Graveney Gin was created. We use a small but perfectly formed 30L Copper Still which produces 30 bottles per batch. Graveney Gin is a truly handcrafted spirit of uncompromising quality produced in Tooting.

What makes us unique? 

We are passionate about creating an organic and ethical product. We’ve made a gin that we love drinking. One that also brings back great childhood memories.

Every bottle of Graveney Gin is thoughtfully handcrafted, sealed  and signed with the batch number. There will be slight variations to each batch due to the nature of the craft and botanicals used during the batch making process. We think thats what adds to the charm of a micro distilled gin.

Each botanical has been selected because they are complimentary to the classic juniper berry. They’ve also been added because some of these ingredients have great memories from childhood through to adventures had on travels.

We give 10% of all profits to a conservation charity called Gearing Up For Gorillas. This 100% non profit charity protects, educates & care for the rare mountain gorillas in Virunga National Park, Eastern DR Congo including the rangers who dedicate & risk their lives to look after them.

Graveney Gin: botanicals

The great thing though about each small batch produced & using fresh botanicals is, you will receive a slightly different batch from other giving it authenticity but each being just delicious.

Victoria’s favourite botanicals are used such as punchy Juniper Berries, Pink Grapefruit, Gogi Berries, Baobab, Fresh Orange, Orris Root & Angelica Root which makes it fruity and smooth.

“The first thing you should know about me is my mantra, which is summed up in one word — fun! I have fun while making, talking and sharing Graveney Gin”

Victoria Christie

Graveney Gin perfect serve

Garnish Graveney Gin with a slice of Pink grapefruit and served with a floral tonic of your choice, and make it a double.

Nose: Bright, delicate and fruity with an uplifting welcome citrus

Palate: Juniper to the fore, supported by floral notes and a forward fruity taste – there is a plenty of citrus ‘zing’

Finish: The earth dryness of angelica kicks in