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This old 113.5 cl bottling of 1970s Beefeater was produced in Austria, hence the omission of "London" on the label.  More info
$221.26
Mayfair Dry Gin
(70cl, 40%)
This gin uses a variety of botanicals including juniper, angelica root, coriander seed, rubbed savoury, orris powder and a selection of others to create a full-bodied gin.  More info
$49.48
Cowen Sloe Gin
(50cl, 26%)
Produced by the Cowen company, this is a deliciously tart, tangy English sloe gin made with ripe berries and London Dry Gin. It's great when served neat, or long with tonic water and plenty of ice.  More info
$25.99
London was a pretty hip, happenin' town in 1976 (well, when has it ever been not hip nor happenin'?), which is when this bottle of Beefeater London Dry Gin was produced. Just look how hip and...  More info
$153.92
A classic 1960s bottling from a classic brand of gin. Does that make this more classic than the film Taxi Driver and Queen's first album? Who can say...  More info
$288.60
A big Beefeater bottle from way back! This is 100cl of Beefeater London Dry Gin, produced in the 1970s, a jolly-good collectible.  More info
$192.40
Booth's is a classic London Dry Gin, created in the mid-18th century by the Booth family. This is an old edition from the early 1980s.  More info
This is a small, flat bottle of Gordon's Special Dry London Gin produced in the 1960s. A classic piece of British gin history.  More info
$96.20
A tall, slender bottle of Booth's High & Dry London Dry Gin, made in the 1990s. Sadly, this brand is no longer produced, though this does make it a collectible piece for gin fanatics.  More info
$115.44
This bottle was made in the 1960s, back in the days when Beefeater was called 'Burrough's Beefeater'. A very collectible piece for spirits historians, amateur or well-seasoned.  More info
$230.88
Not as well known as Bombay Sapphire but just as tasty, Bombay Dry Gin is somewhat like the ancestor to the aforementioned blue bottle gin. This antique comes from the 1970s and was made for the...  More info
$192.40
Booth proclaimed their High & Dry LondonDry Gin to be "the world's driest gin", which is quite a lofty claim, even back in the 1960s, when this bottle was produced.  More info
$230.88
"The Heart of a good Cocktail" proclaims this 1960s bottle of Gordon's Special Dry London Gin, and in the forty years since this bottle was produced, we bet that Gordon's has been at the heart of...  More info
$288.60
A 1 litre bottle of Tanqueray's Export Strength London Dry Gin, bottled at 47.3% ABV. Big bottle, big ABV, big flavours. Aces.  More info
$44.59
As you can clearly see from the label, this is a rare lemon flavoured gin from popular producers Gordon's. It dates from between 1936 and 1952.  More info
$481.01
Milton London Dry Gin is actually produced in Spain, a rare bottling from the 1970s.  More info
$192.40
Look at all of those lions protecting this 1970s bottle Booth's Finest Dry Gin! 6 lions on a gin, as Baddiel and Skinner once crooned.  More info
$192.40
Bombay Sapphire is one of the most popular London Dry Gins, now available with the addition of Thai lemongrass and Vietnamese black peppercorns, taking the total of botanicals to a round dozen in this...  More info
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$71.08
A rare London Dry Gin from Old Moor Blending Co. This bottling dates back to the early 1970s when produced for the Italian market.  More info
$230.88
This is a hard to find bottle of Curtis London Dry Gin from the 1960s, bottled at 40% abv.  More info
$230.88
Bottled in the 1960s, this bottle of Curtis London Dry Gin has your name on it. Of course, this only applies to people called Curtis. Otherwise, it's still a very attractive piece of spirit history.  More info
$230.88
Sloe Bloom
(50cl, 28%)
Sloe Bloom might sound like the name of a indie-rock band, but we're rather happy that it's actually the name of a sloe gin from G&J Greenall, the folks who brought us the very tasty Bloom Gin. It is...  More info
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$36.03
This may be a London Dry Gin but it is actually made in Spain in the 1970's and is a collectable item.  More info
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$192.40
A lovely gift set of Fifty Pounds Gin with two glasses. We're positive that giving someone a gift set with two glasses means they pretty much have to pour you at least one drink. Win/win!  More info
$67.89
This joyous looking bottle of A. B. Grant’s London Dry Gin is from 1949-59, an incredibly rare piece of gin history.  More info
$346.32
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