Ruddles

Welcome to the revolution!

We love gin. That’s the bottom line.

So, gin lovers of the world unite!

Most great stories start with a drink, so let’s tell you ours.

We’re a group of friends (and a scruffy, hairy dog called Ruddles). We are united over a common love of all things gin. We spend our time between London (the home of gin) and Barcelona (the city that changed gin forever). So, this allows us to source and try gin products of all sorts including some which might not otherwise be readily available in the UK. That’s why we launched Gin and Juniper blog. So, join the revolution. Share the love. Gin is in.

We promise to keep you up to date with gin events and hopefully introduce you to the delights of gin from the perspectives of both London and Barcelona – the twin gin capitals of the world.

Cheers for now!

Steve, Ruddles (and the BarcelonaGin team) 

Our Mission:

To build a happy place where people who share our passion can find the latest drinks, the best bars, the most innovative bartenders, the best cocktail recipes, the current trends.

Every month, we’ll share our latest thoughts with you, the great gin drinking public.

We are warriors in the gin revolution!


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