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Gin and Jenever

Gin and Jenever are both spirits whose dominant flavouring is the juniper berry. The latter, Jenever, is much more like the grandfather of today’s gins, which are considerably more refined. Jenever is a more rustic, almost whisky-like spirit, distilled from malt wine. It is much richer and maltier because of it. Gin, on the other hand, is essentially vodka with juniper and other botanicals used to flavour it.

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A rare litre bottling of 47.3% abv Gordon’s Gin from the 1980s, originally exported to Spain.  More info
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This gin is from Berry Brothers and Rudd of St James', London.  More info
$42.09
Silver Top Dry Gin from top Dutch producers Bols, a right multi-talented bunch. This bottle dates from the 1970s.  More info
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The guys at the Sacred Spirits Company have created this festive themed (and slightly insane)gin. They've taken high quality English grain spirit and infused an 8kg Christmas pudding in it for two...  More info
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An aged gin from the people who make Dictador Rum which is based on the forula of the company's former president, Dario Parra. After visiting the UK and enjoying what he decided to be God's drink (who...  More info
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A dry gin produced in Germany during the 1970s by Jacob Stück.  More info
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Dry gin from Italy. This bottle dates from the 1960s. Sterling.  More info
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Booth's House of Lords gin is decorated with lions, not lords. Perhaps they thought lords wouldn't sell well, but everybody likes lions, right? Classic London Dry Gin from the 1970s.  More info
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This '60s or '70s bottling says "Plym-Gin", but we're clever enough to know that means Plymouth Gin. The fact that "Plym-Gin" almost rhymes is pretty cool though. Sort of.  More info
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We don't think this was made as lighter fluid for oldy-timey lamps. In fact, we're pretty sure it's simply a London Dry Gin with an unfortunate name.  More info
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A rare dry gin from Berlin-based producer Heinrich dating from the early 1970s.  More info
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This 1950s bottling of Booth’s High & Dry looks as if it has a frosted glass bottle. Then again, perhaps that's just dust, a vital component of any self respecting antique bottle.

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A 1966 bottling of extra dry gin produced in Hamburg by Gilka.  More info
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This brilliantly named 'Plym-Gin' was bottled in the 1980s. Full of lemony goodness.  More info
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Death's Door Gin 75cl
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Since I acquired a quantity of Seagram's American gin for myself, everybody has helped themselves without reimbursing me for my purchase. This kind of behaviour happens frequently, and whilst you want...  More info
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A rare quart sized bottling of Gordon's London Dry Gin from the 1970s. Produced for the American market, it was actually distilled in the city of Linden in the USA.  More info
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A super-rare 1970s bottling of Bosford gin.  More info
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Gin from the age of yore. Or possibly yonder. Or yesteryear.  More info
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This is a rare bottle of Gordon's London Dry Gin, bottled in the early 1990s. Gordon's gin was first made in 1769 by Alexander Gordon, and to this day the recipe is known to only four people!  More info
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A fantastic bottle of antique gin from the 1970s, produced by Pitman.  More info
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When Professor Cornelius Ampleforth acquired some octave casks (only 50 litres capacity as opposed to the more usual 250 litre hogshead) what did he decide to do with them? Make cask-aged gin of...  More info

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