Bloody Bens Gin is made on a small Copper Still in the Bar area of Ben’s Canteen in Earlsfield.

From this Micro Gin Distillery we hand craft small batches of local Gin that are anything but ordinary. It’s Earlsfield’s first ever Gin.
Err where is Earlsfield?
It’s in South West London, SW18, one stop from Clapham Junction on the train, just down the road from Plough Lane where AFC Wimbledon will be playing.
Why Earlsfield?
It’s home to sister business, Ben’s Canteen. The Canteen is an all day neighbourhood Restaurant & Bar and we wanted to do more in the local community. Being Gin lovers, we felt that a great way to raise the profile of the area would be to create a local Gin.We also hope that the Gin will help create more local jobs.


Our first ever Gin, inspired by Mallorcan dreaming and London living.

Ben has been visiting Mallorca for 20 years and on those trips, typically strolling around Palma Old Town and stopping for a Cana or a (very) large Gin and Tonic, he used to dream of starting his own businesses. These ambitions were fuelled by living in London, frequently inspired by the amazing entrepreneurial spirit of the City.

Bloody Bens Signature Gin, whilst being a traditional juniper forward London Dry Gin, has Honey and Orange notes.

The Honey represents living and working in South West London, indeed we use Wandsworth Floral Honey in making the Gin. The Oranges represent holidaying and dreaming in Mallorca.

The Gin has been made with escapism in mind. Escapism, of course, is different to everyone, For some, it’s saying screw it, I’m going to do it and start their own business. For others, it’s going on a lovely holiday. And for some, it’s taking a moment after a long day at work, or putting the kids to bed, to pour yourself a delicious drink and to savour the day.

Whatever your definition of escapism, every sip of Bloody Bens Signature Gin delivers a taste of what memories are made of.

Garnish with an Orange slice, and a sprig of Lavender, if you have it.

Equally great straight up, as a G&T or in a cocktail. Salud!



Yes, you may well have lots of Gins and you might be thinking, why Bloody Bens Gin?

Well, firstly, it tastes great and whilst being a tradition London Dry Gin, the Honey and Orange notes give it a distinctive taste.

Secondly, the design is great, giving genuine, eye catching, differentiation on your shelves.

Combined, we believe this will result in the most crucial thing, repeat purchases.

We will also support stockists through Tastings, Social Media, Recipe and Serving suggestions and POS.

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