Category Archives: Ginology

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Happy 201st Birthday Mr. Charles Dickens!

So here we are one year on from the day that Oliver Twist ™ London Distilled Gin raised an OTT to the great author to celebrate his Bicentenary. After a frantic rush in November 2012 to launch Oliver Twist ™ … Continue reading

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Forget Vodka Jelly shots … Try Oliver Twist Gin and Tonic Jelly shots instead

Try this this classy equivalent to the regular Vodka Jelly Shot. This refreshing alternative can be served as either a pudding to round off the perfect dinner party or as a fantastic tipple to get any gathering in full swing. … Continue reading

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Sir Noel Pierce Coward A Man Who Loved His Gin Martini

SIR NOEL PIERCE COWARD 16th December 1899 – 26th March 1973 Once suggested that a perfect martini should be made by “filling a glass with Gin then waving it in the general direction of Italy,” implying that the less vermouth … Continue reading

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Intergallactic-Gin

PART TWO OF LOOK TO THE STARS WITH OLIVER TWIST GIN

“We what?” Oliver Twistdrinker  croaked, “Don’t you realise this is planet Nodrink? We won’t get off the Bugg.” “Got any better ideas?” Hans Freifonin asked raising an eyebrow. “Once we land and are taken to the dark lord, Parr Tee … Continue reading

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Sloe-Gin

Sloe ‘Oliver Twist’ Gin

Last night I went to visit a friend and I was telling her about my Oliver Twist London Distilled Gin experiences.   She then opened her cupboard and pulled out a big, traditional looking preserve jar with a red liquid … Continue reading

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Winston Churchill Gin

Gin: What if Churchill was Prime Minister Today?

At times of economic turmoil we always hear our elders say “it wouldn’t have happened in our time”.  This got me thinking.  What if science had advanced a little quicker and we had moved beyond cloning Dolly the Sheep?   … Continue reading

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Are-Gin-Tina

Born in South America “Are Gin Tina” tells of the day she discovered Oliver Twist Gin

I was born in South America where gin is not that popular, so when I came to Great Britain I wasn’t that much interested in gin, that is until a friend introduced me to Oliver Twist London Distilled Gin, and … Continue reading

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Intergallactic-Gin

LOOK TO THE STARS WITH OLIVER TWIST GIN DRINKER

Stretched out on my sofa, glass of OTT in hand, watching my favourite science programme on TV got me to wondering, “What if Oliver Twist London Distilled  Gin went intergalactic?” Just imagine, Oliver Twistdrinker has just discovered that Princess Toni … Continue reading

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Ernest Miller Hemingway a man who loved a good Gin

Ernest Miller Hemingway a man who loved a good Gin

The American author and journalist Ernest Miller Hemingway the great lover of Gin was born on 21st July 1899 and was raised in Illinois. Many of his publications are considered classics of the American Literature.  The majority of his work … Continue reading

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A GIN REVELAVELATION ON A COLD DAY

Having completed another frenetic morning in the office, I ventured out into the courtyard of Oliver Twist Towers and was struck numb by the sudden plummeting temperatures as the arms of the Siberian winds extended their frigid embrace towards us. … Continue reading

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