Apr 12 2023
Soli Gin Online Shop now open
Are you a gin lover looking for the perfect place to shop?
Look no further than Soli Gin’s new online Shop, dedicated entirely to this beloved spirit. Our store offers a wide range of gin products, from classic London dry gins to unique flavoured gins that push the boundaries of tradition. With just a few clicks, you can order a selection of gin that will satisfy even the most discerning palate. You can even send gift cards with values of €10, €25 and €50 to your friends and family here in Cyprus so they can enjoy Soli Gin.
Check out our great deals in the Shop for home delivery or pick-up from Travel Express.
Currently, we only deliver…
Mar 08 2020
A Brief History of Gin
Over a thousand years ago Benedictine monks were infusing wine with juniper berries, the essential botanical in gin giving it its distinct flavour and aroma, producing a tonic wine. However, the benefits gained from this particular tonic wine have not been substantiated.
A precursor however to the malt wine infused with a generous number of junipers produced by the Dutch in the 17th century called Genever. Once again it was touted as having some health benefits, and it is thought the juniper berries were used to disguise the harsh quality of the alcohol. Urban legend has it that William of Orange (William III) was responsible for introducing Genever to the masses of…
Mar 07 2020
An enterprising Cypriot and the founder of Kean soft drinks named Takis Christodoulou is renowned for assisting in the defeat of Rommel at El Alamein by Field Marshall Montgomery.
Cyprus was already involved in the story of the desert campaign. Cypriot donkeys aided with the logistics of moving supplies across this hostile environment. One essential item was sadly missing. Montgomery was rumoured to have done his best thinking after a gin and tonic (or two.)
Due to blockades and the presence of u-boats, London gin could not reach the Sahara! Here, Takis valiantly comes to the rescue. First, he uses his soft drinks knowledge to produce a quinine enriched tonic.
Takis then tackled…