Which retailers have gin deals?
- Amazon – deals on bestsellers
- Very – savings in offers and sale sections
- Master of Malt – offers across spirits
- Tesco – Clubcard prices for great deals
- Waitrose – offers on alcohol in Waitrose Cellar
- John Lewis – sale and offers across drinks, homewares and fashion
- Morrisons – deals on groceries
- Asda – rollback prices on alcohol
Best gin deals on right now
Malfy gin con rosa
Best Italian pink gin
The pink grapefruit Rosa is Malfy’s fourth gin offering, joining the original, lemon and orange varieties. The nose is full of grapefruit, but this gin stands apart from other pink grapefruit offerings for its rhubarb edge, complementing the citrus. When mixed with tonic for a bright G&T, the flavours are drawn out even more, along with the herbal juniper finish.
Tanqueray flor de Sevilla
Best overall orange gin
The resounding winner in our taste test of the best citrus gins, this scored top marks from us. It contains just four key botanicals, meaning that the priority notes of vibrant orange and a touch of pine shine through clearly.
Chase pink grapefruit and pomelo gin
Best pink grapefruit gin
Chase is well known for both its classic gin and wide range of flavoured options. This pink grapefruit and pomelo option has a pretty soft pink hue and plenty of zesty pink grapefruit on the nose. The spirit is smooth, creamy and on the palate mellows the tart fruit into bright citrus aromas for a gin impressively packed with flavour.
Malfy con arancia
Best flavoured gin
Another brilliant Malfy deal on a bottle that makes a brilliant gift and cheery addition to a bar cart. This orange gin is made with a mixture of Italian oranges and Sicilian blood oranges – perfect for a zesty spritz.
Whitley Neill raspberry gin
Best raspberry gin
The raspberry gin is our top Whitley Neill pick. Made with Scottish raspberries and balanced with punchy juniper, liquorice and coriander, this is a versatile and vibrant flavoured gin. It’s not just us who like it either: this won the silver award at the International Wine & Spirits Competition in 2020 and 2021.
Sipsmith orange gin
Best orange gin
Based on a classic London dry gin, this bottle lives up to its ‘zesty’ title. A combination of fresh and dried orange peel alongside fragrant bergamot zest makes for a gin that bursts with citrus flavour. It would be great in cocktails or stick to a gin and tonic with a slice of fresh orange to garnish.
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Silent Pool gin
Best bottle design
Picked as our favourite bottle design, this makes a great gift – and the gin tastes as good as it looks too. Produced in Surrey, it has an impressive 24 botanicals, including locally sourced elderflower, pears and honey.
Best gin for martini lovers
This Spanish gin has a strong savoury feel, making it a great gin to use if you like a martini with a twist. Herbal notes are clear from the first sip with botanicals including olives, thyme and rosemary.
Edinburgh Gin rhubarb & ginger gin
Best rhubarb and ginger gin
Originally developed by Edinburgh Gin as a gin liqueur, this flavour combination proved so popular, it was launched as a full-strength gin, too. Fiery ginger gives the rhubarb a boost, and the 14 botanicals make it complex enough to drink on its own.
Pinkster Raspberry Gin
Best raspberry pink gin
Pinkster is all about the raspberries, but this well-balanced pink gin steers clear of being sickly sweet. Juniper balances the raspberry aroma, but the juicy flavour come through once mixed with tonic for a delicious blend.
Death’s Door Gin
Best back to basics gin
This American gin stands out for its simplicity. London Dry in style but without the bitterness, it uses just three botanicals (juniper, coriander and fennel) to achieve an earthy, well-balanced gin.
Tanqueray rangpur lime gin
Best unusual citrus gin
If you love citrussy gins but are looking to try something new, this is your answer. Rangpur limes are in fact not limes, but a mandarin-citron hybrid. The juice is sour but smells very sweet, resulting in a complex gin with a hint of orange flavour.
Malfy gin con limone
Best lemon gin
Another great Malfy gin deal. This combines classic botanicals with an intense infusion of zesty lemon, sourced from the Amalfi coast and Sicily. Intensely refreshing and citrus-forward, this is perfect served with lots of ice and tonic.
Edinburgh Gin plum and vanilla gin liqueur
Best plum gin
This rich, fruity liqueur (20% ABV) is ideal for making a spritz, or add a splash to prosecco. It’s perfect for late summer days, made with Scottish plums and Madagascan vanilla for an aromatic tipple.
Jawbox rhubarb and ginger gin liqueur
Best pink gin liqueur
An award-winning Irish liqueur, this sweet option is only 20% ABV. As a liqueur, it is suited to drinking neat. It is very heavy with tangy rhubarb on the nose, with the ginger following far more subtly after the boiled sweet-style richness. It works well with tonic, although a drier one is recommended to stop that sweetness becoming overwhelming. If drinking long, a small splash of soda gives the rhubarb and ginger space to shine.
How to find gin deals online all year round
With this booming market comes competitive pricing. Smaller, craft brands are stocked nationwide and bottles can often be purchased at cut-price during sale periods. Christmas a great time to get a deal, but doesn’t have to be the only time you buy.
Leading online retailers like Amazon, Master of Malt, 31Dover and The Whisky Exchange have gin sections. You’ll find flash sales, discounted bottles and the latest deals detailed on the following pages:
Supermarkets regularly run deals on gin. Morrisons, Tesco and Waitrose have specific sections on their websites that list the latest gin offers and discounts.
If you’re serious about your gin, we recommend identifying the specific brands you want to purchase before researching where to find it cheapest. There are also websites that allow you to compare supermarket prices for individual products at a glance.
While it might be tempting to go for the gin with the best price (especially when buying for parties and events) quality and flavour are of paramount importance.
Our reviewers have highly rated leading brands like Tanqueray, Warner Edwards, Malfy and Chase, all of which are commonly found in supermarkets and online sold via leading drinks websites. Brands like this will often be stocked in multiple retailers, meaning prices can significantly vary.
Our review of classic gin features heritage brands that are usually sold in supermarkets, including Beefeater, Martin Miller, Plymouth and Sipsmith. Before shopping online or picking it up from the booze aisle at your regular retailer of choice, scour the web using shopping tools to make sure you’re not missing out on a bargain price elsewhere.