20 June 2018

This summer, we are delighted to announce that we will be bringing our award-winning gin to Love Supreme, the UK’s largest jazz, funk and soul festival that is taking place 29th June – 1st July.

We will be bringing the festival spirit and hosting a gin bar dedicated to all things juniper! Immerse yourself in our botanical hideaway and enjoy  a menu of refreshing gin and tonics, fanciful cocktails and red snappers for the perfect Sunday morning pick me up, the Portobello Road Gin Bar is a must for any gin fan at Love Supreme.

Can’t tear yourself away from the music? Fear not, as we will also be selling their new Gin and Tonic in a can that is perfect for those on-the-go festival moments.

The Love Supreme  line up that features stellar acts such as Earth, Wind & Fire, Elvis Costello, George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic, Craig Charles and Level 42. And Love Supreme is not just about the music, with dining experiences, secret swims, yoga and much more.

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We have two V.I.P weekend tickets to give-away to one lucky gin fan. To enter simply sign up to our newsletter below which will deliver exclusive offers, exciting new products and delicious recipes directly to your inbox

Terms and Conditions

Prize includes 2 x Supremium (VIP) weekend tickets which include camping. They include: access to the exclusive Supremium campsite and festival lounge with premium facilities, toilets and showers; a pass for the Supremium car park (located next to the Supremium campsite for ease of access) or a Brighton Return Bus Ticket; the use of complimentary trolleys to the Supremium campsite. We will be in touch with you closer to the festival with details of how to redeem your car park pass or bus ticket. Strictly over 18s only. Prize is non-transferable and  cannot be exchanged for cash value or any other form of festival ticket. By entering the competition you agree to sign up to Portobello Road Gin’s newsletter.

2 May 2018

To celebrate  Fever-Tree’s  brand new range of refreshingly light tonic waters our Brand Ambassador, Paul, has developed a delicious range of libations that you can easily make at home this summer.

Our Wild At Heart Copa brings together some of our favourite flavours of the British summertime: fresh mint, cucumber, elderflower and of course a generous serve of gin.  Read More

2 May 2018

To celebrate  Fever-Tree’s  brand new range of refreshingly light tonic waters our Brand Ambassador, Paul, has developed a delicious range of libations that you can easily make at home this summer.

The Southside Tonic is an adaptation of the classic cocktail, The Southside which was rumoured to have been Al Capone’s favourite drink. Easy to make and even easier to imbibe this drink is perfect for summer garden parties and entertaining friends.

Alternatively, to make a Southside Fizz, use Fever-Tree soda water.

 

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2 May 2018

To celebrate  Fever-Tree’s  brand new range of refreshingly light tonic waters our Brand Ambassador, Paul, has developed a delicious range of libations that you can easily make at home this summer.

As a proud purveyor of London’s spirit, we have created our own quintessentially English take on the Moscow Mule, made with gin, Fever-Tree Refreshingly Light Ginger Ale, lime and Angostura Bitters. Read More

2 May 2018

To celebrate  Fever-Tree’s  brand new range of refreshingly light tonic waters our Brand Ambassador, Paul, has developed a delicious range of libations that you can easily make at home this summer.

Everything is Coming Up Rosemary is savoury serve of the classic G&T, made using Portobello Road Gin, Fever-Tree’s Refreshingly Light Mediterranean Tonic and garnished with fresh rosemary, olives and black pepper served in our signature Copa De Balon glass (or you can use a large red wine glass at home). Read More

7 January 2018

Is there a cocktail more iconic than the martini? Ernest Hemmingway once said of the drink: “I had never tasted anything so cool and clean. They made me feel civilised” and of course, it will forever be synonymous with James Bond (although you will have to search far and wide to find a bartender who recommends shaking a martini).  Read More

7 January 2018

By Paul Gillan, Brand Ambassador

Created in 1980s by the legendary Dick Bradsell (the bartender also behind the Espresso Martini), The Bramble is a modern classic. A well balanced cocktail that is both sweet and sour, it is essentially a Gin Sour with a drizzle of blackberry cassis. Read More

7 January 2018

By Paul Gillan, Brand Ambassador

Often described as the gin version of the Mojito, the Southside is an easy-to-make cocktail made with just four ingredients: gin, mint, lime and sugar.

Although no one knows the exact history of this cocktail, it is strongly associated with with Al Capone and is supposedly named after the ‘Southside’ of Chicago that Capone once ruled.  Read More

7 January 2018

An iconic cocktail hailing from New Orleans. The Ramos Gin Fizz is quite laborious to make (in fact there is an industry joke, that if you want to annoy a bartender, order this drink) but your effort will most definitely be rewarded.

It has been likened to drinking a flower. It is aromatic and light yet creamy.  Read More

7 January 2018

By Paul Gillan, Brand Ambassador

The sour is a classic family of cocktails that also includes the Margarita and the Daiquiri. The classification was first written down in Jerry Thomas’ 1862 book, How To Mix Drinks,  which is quite possibly the most iconic cocktail book of all time and a must-read for anyone with an interest in mixed drinks. Read More