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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 brand of French jenever, this bottle of Loos Carte Or Genièvre d’Alambic is a product of the 1970s. Very well preserved and includes the original wooden presentation box. It's not just the...  More info
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This is a hard-to-find bottle of Dry Gin, produced by Marqués del Real Tesoro in the 1960s. Marqués del Real Tesoro, whom are based in Spain, are actually better known for producing Sherry rather than...  More info
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An interesting ancient bottle of Punto Rojo Gin, produced by S. Mesa in the 1960s. It is another brand of gin that seems to have taken style advice from Gordon's Yellow Label, as their labels share a...  More info
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A rare, 1960s bottle of JMV Special Dry Gin White Label, produced by Masso in Spain. The label has been scuffed just a little bit, but it is otherwise in splendid condition. A collectible...  More info
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Trucha Dry Gin - 1970s
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This is a bottle of Trucha Dry Gin, produced by J. Selga Torras in the 1970s. Trucha, if you were wondering, is the Spanish word for trout, which explains why there's a picture of a fish on the label...  More info
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Riska Dry Gin - 1970s
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This is a 1970s bottle of Spanish Gin, produced in Andujar (not the Argentine goalkeeper) for the Riska brand. The label looks somewhat familiar, and has a rather stoic-looking lion at its centre.  More info
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Peinado Fine Old Dry Gin 109 is a Spanish gin which was produced in the 1970s, with a label that looks surprisingly similar to the old bottles of Gordon's Yellow Label. This one even features a...  More info
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Juan Vicente Vergara produced this collectible bottle of JV Dry Gin over 30 years ago. A curious relic from the 1970s, as it bares a striking resemblance to the old-fashioned bottles of the famous...  More info
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Produced by Daniel Moreno in Brazil, this is a rare bottle of Damopa Dry Gin which was made in the 1950s. Thanks, Daniel!

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A very funky bottling of Claeryn, a young jenever that was only available in the Netherlands, made by Bols in the 1970s. Great for collectors.  More info
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Hofland Graan Jenever
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This is the Hofland Graan Jenever, a brand which dates back to 1927, created by Jacob Hofland. Vibrant and lively with fresh notes of green apple skin, vanilla, subtle hints of malt that you often...  More info
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This is an antique bottle of Isolabella Dry Gin from the 1960s, who are known more for the Sambuca. The label features what is perhaps the most muscular looking horse we've ever seen. Truly...  More info
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Calvert is an American Dry Gin that shares its name with an American whiskey produced by the same company. This bottle was produced in the 1970s, and the label even shows you three potential serves...  More info
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A 1960s bottling of Gold Hat Dry Gin, which does in fact have a gold hat (of course, I'm using the word "hat" in the metaphorical sense, referring to the gold-coloured bottle lid atop this antique...  More info
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An antique bottling of Bosford Extra Dry Gin, produced in the 1960s by Martini & Rossi in Italy. If we had to name our favourite gin with a squirrel on the label, this would definitely be up there.  More info
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Boasting a big, but balanced bunch of botanicals, the Botanivore is bloomin' brilliant. An American craft gin with 19 different botanicals, including angelica root, bay laurel, "cilantro" (coriander...  More info
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An astonishingly large bottle of Beefeater London Dry Gin, produced in the 1970s. It holds a whole gallon of the classic junipery drink. To help you pour your gin, this big bottle of Beefeater comes...  More info
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Despite having a picture of Southwark, London on the bottle label, this antique Holloway's Sloe Gin was actually made in America! It was made under the supervision of Holloway's Distillery in London...  More info
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Produced in the 1960s, this is a rare bottle of Fighting Cock London Dry Gin. The brand is more well known for their Fighting Cock Bourbon, affectionately known as "the Kickin' Chicken." This bottle...  More info
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From the days of Elvis, Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry (the 1950s, if you're not too clued up on your rock & roll history) comes this antique bottle of Spanish gin.

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"Distilled in accordance with a renowned private formula" states the label of this bottle of Hiram Walker's London Dry Gin. Given that this bottle was produced at some pint between 1949 and 1959, that...  More info
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Spanish gin from the 1950s, presented in a bottle which is vaguely shaped like a bell and features a bell on the label. The name "Campana" also means "bell" is Spanish. How very original.

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A bottle of Seager's London Dry Gin, produced in the 1960s, which was around the time that the company who made this gin bought the Laphroaig distillery through Long John Distillery.

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Ancient Spanish dry gin, produced in the 1970s by the Jose Selga Torras distillery. Seeing as "Castillo" in Spanish means "Castle" in English, it should come as no surprise that there's a rather...  More info
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If you're up to date with your antique spirits, you might recognise the Taplows name from some classic blended whiskies. However, they also made a London Dry Gin! This rare bottle was produced by...  More info
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