We believe that this collectible bottle of Booth's Finest London Dry Gin was produced in 1966 - almost four decades ago! According to the label, each bottle of Booth's carries their signature and… More info
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
An old bottle of Booth's High & Dry, once claimed to be the driest gin in the world. No longer in production, this was bottled in the 1970s. The label is at a pleasingly jaunty angle.
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Booth proclaimed their High & Dry LondonDry Gin to be "the world's driest gin", which is quite a lofty claim, even back in the 1960s, when this bottle was produced. More info
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
Mmm... Mmminty... This bottling of Booth's Alcoholic Peppermint Cordial remarkably dates from the 1960s! More info
Look at all of those lions protecting this 1970s bottle Booth's Finest Dry Gin! 6 lions on a gin, as Baddiel and Skinner once crooned. More info
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.
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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
Booth's House of Lords gin is decorated with lions, not lords. Perhaps they thought lords wouldn't sell well, but everybody likes lions, right? Classic London Dry Gin from the 1970s. More info