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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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A classic gin from the 1970s. Launched in 1959, Bombay Dry Gin preceded Bombay Sapphire, with this 75cl bottling having been produced for export to Italy.  More info
$187.87
A zesty burst of lemon along with the classic juniper zing make this 1970s bottle from Plymouth unmissable.  More info
$187.87
This brilliantly named 'Plym-Gin' was bottled in the 1980s. Full of lemony goodness.  More info
$150.30
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
$187.87
Bottled for sale in Italy, this London gin from the 1970s must have taken a wrong turn somewhere...

Already sold out? Not to worry, we have plenty more Antique Spirits here!...  More info
$187.87
A lion defends this Nicholson London Dry Gin from the label. However, if you've come this far to hunt down a 1970s gin, don't let him scare you away now!  More info
$150.30
A classic Italian gin, this Vallombrosa Dry has spent over 30 years in the bottle! A rare treat to share with friends. Or not. Up to you. Personally, I'd be selfish, but some people are better than...  More info
$150.30
A 1960s bottling of London Dry Gin from Italian spirits producers Pallini, based in Rome. This handsome antique spirit would certainly make a splendid gift for any horse racing fan!  More info
$187.87
Red Hills Dry London Gin was bottled by Buton in Bolgna, Italy, with this rare and collectible bottling dating from the 1950s!  More info
$225.45
A 1966 bottling of extra dry gin produced in Hamburg by Gilka.  More info
$187.87
Lassy Dry Gin - 1970s
(75cl, 44%)
You know that movie with the dog in it? No, the other one. No, the OTHER other one. That's it, Lassy! This is Lassy's gin from the 1970s. It could be your gin too, but it will always be Lassy's gin...  More info
$150.30
A rare dry gin from Isolabella, more famous perhaps for producing sambuca, bottled back in 1972.  More info
$103.33
Booth’s High & Dry was originally marketed as the driest gin in the world but is sadly no longer made. The 1960s bottling is a rare treat.  More info
$187.87
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.

Pleasingly, this...  More info
$225.45
A rare Gilbey’s Extra Dry Gin made in Germany during the 1970s with frosted glass bottle.  More info
$150.30
Gilbey’s Gin from the 1950s(!), this bottling was in fact produced in Hamburg, Germany.  More info
$225.45
A 1970s bottling of Extra Dry Gin from Spanish producer Eduardo Delage.  More info
$187.87
A dry gin produced in Germany during the 1970s by Jacob Stück.  More info
$150.30
A rare 1960s bottling of gin from Spain, very collectible.  More info
$225.45
A rare 1970s bottling of Extra Dry Gin from Spanish producer Lopez Hermanos.  More info
$187.87
Wharf Dry Gin - 1970s
(100cl, 39%)
A 1 litre bottling of of Dry Gin from Spanish producer Pita Pomero that dates back to the 1970s, before David Villa was even born!  More info
$187.87
A rare dry gin from Berlin-based producer Heinrich dating from the early 1970s.  More info
$169.09
Made originally as a one-way teleportation device, designed to transport you all the way to a Californian forest, the Terroir Gin from St. George Spirits didn't really work.

However, when they...  More info
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$61.84
That's right. We're through the looking-glass people. What happens if you take a 50 litre cask that's previously held Negroni, then use it to age Gin? Curious? Get on it.  More info
$39.06
Does what it says on the label. Bathtub Gin, aged in a 20 litre barrel previously used to hold Bitters. Is Batshit-Mental. Also delicious.  More info

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