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Italian gin offers a fine range of delicious craft gins, some including delicious ingredients like Amalfi lemons.
1960s Bosford Extra Dry Gin, produced by Martini & Rossi. Interestingly, it was produced in Portugal instead of Italy. Unfortunately due to poor storage over the years, the label has faded.
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A rare old 1.5 litre bottle of dry gin from Italy, thought to date from the 1970s.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed info and/or photos just get in touch! More info
A rather cool gin from the Aduro range, produced in an old Italian Grappa distillery by a pair of Belgian brothers. The begin with a recipe of 23 classic gin botanicals, and then add a rather… More info
Aduro Devil's Tail Gin is produced in an old Grappa distillery by a pair of Belgian brothers, using a combination of 23 botanicals. However, a name like 'Devil's Tail Gin' isn't an accident - they… More info
Marconi 46 is a very stylish dry gin from the Poli Distillerie, who you may know more for their excellent selection of Grappa. This is made using a combination of juniper, muscat grapes (that's the… More info
Bosford Extra Dry Gin, produced by Martini & Rossi in the 1960s. It still has the little squirrel on the label, which is always a treat. This is a 100cl bottling. More info
A 1 litre bottle of Stock Dry Gin, produced between 1949 and 1959. For spirits collectors, this is a proper treat. The Label has been scuffed (and looks to have been placed on the bottle slightly off… More info
A dry gin from Red Hills, a quiet area located close to the Green Hill Zone which is home to a particularly speedy breed of blue hedgehog. We place this bottle as being made between 1949 and 1959. More info
This rare dry gin was created to Mr Bryant's recipe and bottled, we believe, between 1949 and 1959 by the Martini and Rossi company. More info
Atomic Gin was created by two Belgian brothers at a Grappa distillery using organic barley and 23 organic botanicals, including lavender, rose petals, Sicilian lemon and tangerine. An excellent gin… More info
We believe that this 70cl bottle of Lassy Dry Gin from Italian producer, SIS, was made between 1949 and 1959. Now, you may think it's got that dog from that movie on it, but that dog's name was spelt… More info
A rare 1960s gin, this bottling of Austin’s Silver Cat was produced in Bologna for the Italian market. More info
This is a rare bottling of Cornhill London Dry Gin, produced in either the late 1950s or the early 1960s. It was likely named after the Cornhill ward in the City of London, not after a literal hill… More info
A well-preserved bottle of Austin's Silver Cat Gin, which we think was probably produced in the 1970s. We're big fans of cats here at MoM Towers, so of course we all clapped and grinned when we saw… More info
Red Hills Dry London Gin, a juniper-based beverage which shares its name with Buton's blended Scotch whisky. This relic amazingly comes from some point between 1949 and 1959. More info
A bottle of Taby Cat Dry Gin, produced in Italy in the 1970s. Of course, it features a cat on the label, which instantly makes this an awesome antique in our eyes. Its name might be slightly… More info
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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With places like "Anglesey" and "England" in the name, you would expect this Anglesey Old England Dry Gin to be made in somewhere like Bristol. Well, it's not. It was produced in Brescia, Italy,… More info
Produced with Mediterranean juniper berries, this dry gin dates from the 1990s. We're fairly certain that no butterflies were harmed in the making of this gin. More info
A collectable bottle of Buton's Dry Gin from the 1960's no less, that's impressive! More info
A 1960s bottling of rare dry gin from Italian producer Stock. More info
Produced in Milan by the Fulie company, this Estimable London Dry Gin is from the 1960s. More info
A rare 1960s gin from the Martini and Rossi company. Bosford is an extra dry gin produced in Italy. More info
Rare Red Hills gin dating from 1966. It was produced by the Bologna based Buton company in Italy. More info
Made to a recipe created by Mr Bryant of London, Bosford extra dry is an Italian dry gin which was made by the Martini & Rossi company. This is a very rare 1964 vintage. More info