Gin Drop: That Boutique-y Gin Company - Finger Lime Gin

Its common to see whiskies by independent bottlers on the market, but not common to see gins. Enter That Boutique-y Gin Company as the world’s first independent gin bottler! Coming all the way from Thornbridge, Kent in the UK, our Gin Drop subscribers get to explore this unique gin bottler and shake up as a Margatini (the margarita for gin lovers)!

That Boutique-y Gin - Finger Lime Gin, Kent UK

That Boutique-y purchases gins from both well established and up-and-coming producers, then uses vacuum stills to retain the freshness and vibrancy of their choice botanicals, bringing about new creations. This all happens at Boutique-y HQ in Thornbridge, Kent.

About the gin.

When graphic designer Grace J Ward is handed a brief for a new That Boutique-y release she gets to work creating a visual representation of what you’ll find in the bottle. If her label of the Finger Lime Gin is anything to go off of, you’d know to expect a plethora of juniper and a whopping hit of beautiful Australian Finger Limes. But don’t let the label fool you into thinking this is a two trick pony, alongside those bright citrus and London Dry-style notes wafts florals, spice, a bit of mint, and a hint of cream!

Want to try more Boutique-y Gin? Check out their ultra cute Retro Gin Fridge!

Try it as a: Margatini

(The margarita for gin lovers)

  • 45ml That Boutique-y Gin Co Finger Lime Gin
  • 30ml Cointreau
  • 15ml Lime Juice
  • 15ml Simple Syrup (more or less to taste)
  • Lime Slice for Garnish
  • Salt for glass rim
  • Tumbler Glass
  1. Run a lime wedge around the rim of the glass and dip in salt.
  2. Fill glass with ice to chill (replace the ice before straining).
  3. Add Finger Lime Gin, Cointreau, lime juice & simple syrup to a cocktail shaker. Fill with ice and shake or stir vigorously for 15 seconds.
  4. Strain mix into glass filled with fresh ice.
  5. Garnish with lime slice.

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The Gin Drop is a gin subscription that delivers a different hand picked bottle of the good stuff once a month, right into your gin-loving hands. We aren’t your typical botttleshop, which means we aren’t in the business of slinging you typical booze. We’re all about finding you the interesting things, the great things & exclusive things. Expect to see great gins from all over the world, as well as our back yard (not literally, but you know, like, pretty local). 

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