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Made in the 1950s, this Burnett’s White Satin London Dry Gin is around 60 years old! White Satin makes it sound like it should be covering a sofa. However, if you do cover your sofa with this, you're...  More info
$178.48
This is a classic, traditionally made London Dry Gin from Sir Robert Burnett & Co. It was exported in Milan, Italy in the 1970s.  More info
$142.79
This is a rare 1960s bottle of Coldstream London Dry Gin. It was made in a traditional way with basket-infusion. The gin gets its crisp, aromatic flavour from botanicals including lemon peel, orange...  More info
$178.48
The more festive version of Beefeater, this is made with the addition of cinnamon, nutmeg and pine. It's uch more warming, and richer than the standard edition, and is well worth trying.  More info
$29.17
This is a bottle of the sloe gin liqueur. Sloes are small plum-like fruits that are extremely bitter however they are excellent for flavouring gins and making liqueurs such as this one here.  More info
$31.16
Sloe Gin - 2012
(50cl, 29%)
Professor Cornelius Ampleforth’s Vintage Sloe Gin is a superior small batch spirit that represents the perfect balance between sweetness, tannic grip, and aromatic richness.

The sloe gin is made...  More info
Aurum is better known for making a sweet Italian liqueur, however this is a dry gin they made back in the 1950's and is suitably rare.  More info
$214.18
A rare dry gin from Isolabella, more famous perhaps for producing sambuca, bottled back in 1972.  More info
$98.17
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
$178.48
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
$71.39
Gordon's Yellow Label
(70cl, 37.50%)
A lower strength version of Gordon's Yellow Label gin - the original recipe created by Alexander Gordon. A great addition to many a fine cocktail.  More info
$28.19
This brilliantly named 'Plym-Gin' was bottled in the 1980s. Full of lemony goodness.  More info
$142.79
A very cool-looking bottle of gin from Plymouth, bottled in the 1960s for the Italian market. This has an extraordinary lemon flavour. Lovely stuff.  More info
Gordon's Orange Gin was first made in 1929 and was produced all the way until 1988, when it was discontinued. While it no longer lives on in the shops, it lives on in our hearts, propelled by antique...  More info
$356.97
This is a very rare bottling of Gordon's Special Dry London Gin, which we believe was produced between 1936 and 1952. The bottle deign hasn't changed all that much since then, but it's a total classic...  More info
$356.97
Have you ever wondered how long a lion's tongue is? No? Well have you ever wanted a very nice bottle of vintage gin? Of course you have. Luckily, we can fix both of these for you with this 1970s...  More info
$178.48
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
A beautiful-looking, very rare 1990s bottling of Gordon's superb Sloe Gin. Yummers.  More info
London 40 Gin
(70cl, 40%)
London 40 is made to the same recipe as Pink 47 but with a reduced alcohol content.  More info
$28.11
A big Beefeater bottle from way back! This is 100cl of Beefeater London Dry Gin, produced in the 1970s, a jolly-good collectible.  More info
$178.48
Booth's is a classic London Dry Gin, created in the mid-18th century by the Booth family. This is an old edition from the early 1980s.  More info
This is a small, flat bottle of Gordon's Special Dry London Gin produced in the 1960s. A classic piece of British gin history.  More info
$89.24
A tall, slender bottle of Booth's High & Dry London Dry Gin, made in the 1990s. Sadly, this brand is no longer produced, though this does make it a collectible piece for gin fanatics.  More info
$107.09
Half Hitch Gin
(70cl, 40%)
When you hear the word Camden, what do you think about? The music? The markets? Well, if you were around in the latter half of the 1800s, you might know Camden more for its gin (you also might be...  More info
$59.42
This bottle was made in the 1960s, back in the days when Beefeater was called 'Burrough's Beefeater'. A very collectible piece for spirits historians, amateur or well-seasoned.  More info
$214.18
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