East London's first Gin producer in over a century

How To Serve

Butler's Gin was born from a love of experimentation. Try some of your own experimentation with these cocktails, created by The Butler himself.  


A Lick of Ginger

At Butler's Distillery, ribbons of cucumbers are soaked in ginger syrup overnight to make the perfect garnish to the gin and tonic.
- 35ml Butler's Gin
- Fever Tree aromatic tonic
- Slice a cucumber with a potato peeler and soak in ginger syrup then add into your gin and tonic

 The Violet

If you are not a fan of tonic, Lavender and Apricot go really well in soda water with Butler's Gin.

- 35ml Butler's Gin
- 35ml Lavender tea
- Fever Tree Soda Water

Add ice to a tumbler then pour in your Butler's Gin and Fever Tree Tonic. Add a dash of Lavender tea and garnish with a wedge of apricot. 

The Butler’s Negroni

Not quite a classic Negroni. Not quite a Negroni Sbagliato. But this hybrid is by far one of our lunchtime favourites.

- 35ml Butler's Gin
- 35ml Sweet Vermouth
- 35ml Campari
- 35ml Cava

Add ice to a tumbler and pour in your Butler's Gin, Sweet Vermouth and Campari. Slowly top with Cava and give it a gentle stir. Serve with an orange slice.

Gin, Jam & Ginger

Quick to make for yourself or 10 of your friends

- 35ml Butler's Gin
-15ml Raspberry Jam
- Fever Tree Ginger Ale

Top up a Hi-Ball glass with ice and spoon in the jam, give it a mix through the cubes then trickle over the gin and top up with Fever Tree Ginger Ale. Let chill for a few minutes before trying this refreshing all-season cocktail.

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