Fifty Pounds, London Dry GinFifty Pounds, London Dry Gin

The name comes from the time of George II and the 1736 Gin Act, when a 50 pound tax was levied on those wishing to produce and sell gin. It is such an elegant and sophisticated gin that it would be easy to believe that its name reflects its cost, fortunately it doesn't! This is a classic in the making; the crystal spirit has a light oily textured body and a generous bouquet of citrus, mint, lavender, juniper and pine. The palate is juniper lead, followed by spice, pepper, anise and fresh herbs, with a long and sublime finish.
Tonic: Fever-Tree Mediterranean
Garnish: Basil Sprig

Alc by Vol: 43.5%

Bottle Type: 70cl


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