Raise a Glass to the Happy Couple - Royal Wedding gin is here!

Whether you'll be glued to your screen waiting for the big dress reveal, or simply enjoying the extended drinking hours, you can kick back and make the most of the day with one of these exclusive Royal Wedding edition Gins!

No.2 Chelsea Flower Gin


After the success of last year's Chelsea Flower Gin, Royal Warrant holders Partridges are back with No.2 Chelsea Flower gin to commemorate the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle! 

Created in collaboration with Dunnet Bay Distillers in Scotland, this London Dry Gin is infused with bergamot for a indulgent and elegant gin - it has been described as "rounded with body and freshness ... with a medley of citrus and coriander, and hints of lemon tart and vanilla’.

The bergamot notes in the gin matches the same citrus notes found in an Earl Grey tea, and Patridges suggest combining the two for a refreshing summer drink. To mix up a "Chelsea Flower G&Tea", add 50ml of No. 2, to ice, with 50ml of cold Earl Grey tea infused with honey, top up with tonic and garnish with a slice of bergamot or lime. Our Earl Grey Cocktail or Earl Grey Martini would also be a wonderful mix with this gin!

Buy it from Partridges here

Gin&'er gin


This cheeky gin comes from the brains of the Oak Taverns and their Queen Charlotte pub - found opposite Windsor Castle.

They're already well versed in Gin, being the creators of Guildhall Island Gin (and serving over 100 different ones!) so commemorating the Royal Occasion with their own bottle seemed a no brainer.

Lemon peel, lime flower and ginger make this another bright and zesty gin, perfect for sipping in the (hopefully) sunny afternoon! They suggest serving it with either lemon & tonic, or ginger ale & orange, both with a garnish of fresh ginger.

This is a strictly limited edition gin, with bottle number one being auctioned off soon for a charity of Harry’s choice,

So, how do you pronounce it? Is it Gin & 'er or Ginger ... they're leaving that up to you!

Available in 70cl or miniature from the Queen Charlotte Pub