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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.

Gin And Jenever

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Distilled in 2005, this is an incredible vintage dry gin made by Blackwoods in the Shetland Islands. They flavour this with a variety of local botanicals including wild water mint, juniper, sea pink...  More info
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An incredible vintage dry gin distilled in the Shetland islands in 2008, this was distilled using a variety of delicious local botanicals including wild water mint, sea pink, juniper, meadow sweet...  More info
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A limited edition vintage dry gin from the Shetlands. This is a high strength Blackwoods gin, flavoured with plants gathered in the Summer of 2007, the flavours used include meadow sweet, wild water...  More info
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This is a very interesting - and wonderfully packaged! - lemon-flavoured gin, produced in Rotterdam in The Netherlands by Blankenheym. It was produced in the 1960s and is very collectible.  More info
$159.33
Genever predates gin as a juniper based spirit, with this Oude Genever from Bols having been made using traditional techniques, which means it should be full of flavour. It may have also mellowed...  More info
$159.33
Red Hills is a very rare dry gin from the 1970s. It was produced by the Buton in Bologna, Italy. Very interesting indeed!  More info
$238.99
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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
English Hill London Dry Gin, featuring a picture of Tower Bridge on the label. This bottling dates from the 1970s.  More info
$199.16
Estimable London Dry Gin is a very rare Italian dry gin which was made in the 1970s. It was produced in Milan, Italy by the Fulie company.  More info
$159.33
A presentation pack of the exceptionally good Dutch Jenever from Filliers. Comes with 2 glasses.  More info
$32.41
Bottled in the 1970s, this is a rare bottle of London Dry Gin produced the Fleeton company. This will make a superbly decadent Martini!  More info
$199.16
A genever, which is the juniper spirit that gin evolved from. Just make sure you pronounce the first word correctly. This bottling is from the 1960s.  More info
$238.99
"May I have some Fockink gin?""Now, now, there's no need for that kind of language..."...and that's just a hint at the many hours of hilarity that a bottle of Fockink dry gin can bring...  More info
$159.33
Made using less sugar than other recipes, in true Foxdenton style, this is a drier, more robust fruit gin. They recommend this in a Kir Royale, or better yet, neat!  More info
$36.28
Gilbey’s Gin from the 1950s(!), this bottling was in fact produced in Hamburg, Germany.  More info
$238.99
A very rare, fabulously crisp, clean-tasting London Dry Gin from Gilbey's, bottled in the 1980s.  More info
$139.41
A 1966 bottling of extra dry gin produced in Hamburg by Gilka.  More info
$199.16
This 1 litre bottle of Gin Clipper London Dry Gin was produced in the 2000s, using eight different botanicals in its recipe. A handsome collectible.  More info
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A rare bottle of Ginebra Beltran, produced in Menorca during the 1970s. It has been presented in a bottle similar in style to old bottles of fellow Menorca resident, Xoriguer Gin. However, this one...  More info
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Gold Eagle Dry is a very rare Italian dry gin from the Guiducci company. It was made in Ponsacco, Tuscany in the 1970s. Highly collectible.  More info
$199.16
A rare Gilbey’s Extra Dry Gin made in Germany during the 1970s with frosted glass bottle.  More info
$159.33
Produced in London for the Spanish market, this bottle of Gordon’s dates from around the 1950s.  More info
$358.49
A bottle of Gordon's London Dry Gin bottled in the 1970s for the Spanish market. To cap it off the label on this bottle even depicts the juniper that is used to make this classic gin!  More info
$159.33
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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An imported bottle of Gordon's Dry Gin from the 1970s. These old bottles look great on any shelf but also give an insight into spirits of the past.  More info
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