12 sweet gins every grown-up needs to try ASAP

If you’re a self-confessed fan of all things candied, these sweet gins could be exactly what your liqueur cabinet is crying out for.

These tantalising tipples are based upon actual sweets and cakes found in your kitchen. The question is just which one to choose?

1. Vanilla Bean Marshmallow Gin

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The Naked Marshmallow Company made a real splash this year with Marshmallow Gin.

You can pre-order it over on Firebox now for £34.99.

2. Turkish Delight Gin

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It’s true. There’s actually a gin based on everybody’s favourite sweet Turkish Delight.

You can pick it up on Amazon for £26.50. 

3. Clotted Cream Gin


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Would you like clotted cream with your scone? We mean Clotted Cream Gin, of course.

Master of Malt, £35.95

4. Sweet Violet Gin


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Ever fancied trying gin that tastes like Parma Violets? Of course you do!

Amazon, £26.50

5. Bakewell Gin


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Bakewell Gin turns a teatime classic into absolute bliss in a bottle.

Amazon, £40.36

6. Lemon Drizzle Gin


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We fully recommend swapping your lemon drizzle cake for gin.

Marks & Spencer, £21

7. Persian Peach Gin


Love peaches and cream? Then you must try Persian Peach flavour gin.

The Drink Shop, £45.10

8. Xolato Chocolate Gin

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Experience Belgium chocolate and hazelnut in a completely new way with Xolato’s new chocolate gin.

Amazon, £37

9. McQueen Spiced Choc Orange Gin


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It’s not McQueen’s, it’s ours.

The Drink Shop, £28.33

10. Whitley Neill Rhubarb & Ginger Gin


An office favourite, trust us when we say Whitley Neill Rhubarb & Ginger Gin tastes just like Rhubarb and custard sweets.

Amazon, £21

11. Black Powder Salted Caramel Gin


Anything that even resembles caramel is fine by us.

Black Powder, £28

12. Puerto de Indias Strawberry Gin

Made with fresh strawberry of course. Would it be wrong to combine it with a carton of cream? (Probably not recommended)

Amazon, £11.97


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