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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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Greenall's Gin is a smooth, crisp, easy-going sort of a gin which works well as a mixer in a Gin and Tonic…  More info
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This is a higher ABV edition of the Lighthouse Gin, from New Zealand's Greytown Fine Distillates. With the original sitting at 42% ABV, the 57% ABV Hawthron Edition packs quite a punch but still...  More info
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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
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A collectable bottle of Buton's Dry Gin from the 1960's no less, that's impressive!  More info
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Hill Thomson & Co. might be better known for their Queen Anne Blended Scotch Whisky, but they were also a dab hand at making gin in the 1960s, as evident from this antique bottle of their Old Gentry...  More info
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A barrel aged gin from the small Four Pillars distillery in Yarra Valley, Australia. It's created using the same four pillars that their regular gin is based around - the still (called Wilma), the...  More info
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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
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This is a hard to find bottle of Curtis London Dry Gin from the 1960s, bottled at 40% abv.  More info
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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
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A stylish Brazilian-themed limited edition (ed-ish-on?) bottling of Ish Limed Gin from The Poshmakers in London. Ish Gin features 12 botanicals macerated for 24 hours in high-quality English grain...  More info
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Milton London Dry Gin is actually produced in Spain, a rare bottling from the 1970s.  More info
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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
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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
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"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
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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
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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
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A 1970s bottling of juniper flavoured spirit produced in Spain by Eduardo Delage. There is no abv on the bottle!  More info
$187.51
"And them good old boys were drinking whiskey and rye... gin?!"

St. George Spirits is American through and through, even when it comes to their gin. Instead of using a neutral base, they've gone...  More info
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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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A bottle of Burnett’s White Satin London Dry Gin from sometime during the late 1970s. We've sent an email to Sir Robert himself to try and find out exactly when it's from. He hasn't replied yet.  More info
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