This superbly crisp, aromatic cucumber-flavoured gin was launched by Gordon's in 2013. It is based on Gordon's classic London Dry Gin and is flavoured naturally with cucumber. The result is something… More info
An imported bottle of Gordon's Dry Gin from the 1970s. These old bottles look great on any shelf but also give an insight into spirits of the past. More info
A very rare treat for gin archaeologists right here - this is a bottle of Gordon's Dry Martini from their Shaker Cocktail range, presented in a bottle shaped to look like a cocktail shaker. These… More info
If you're partial to adding a floral, summery twist to your G&T, Gordon's have got just the thing - Gordon's Elderflower. Made with their famous gin and a spot of elderflower, it's a refreshing and… More info
An absolute classic dry gin, Gordon's is one of the best selling spirits in the world, and was first created in 1769, and the recipe hasn't changed since! This is a triple-distilled gin flavoured… More info
A gin that needs no introduction. Gordon's is a very popular dry gin first created in 1769 by Alexander Gordon. The recipe is only known by four people, and has been a secret for 200 years. More info
A litre bottle of the very famous Gordon's Gin. It is triple distilled and flavoured with coriander seeds, juniper berries, angelica and one more secret botanical. More info
A half bottle of Gordon's Gin, created in 1769 by Alexander Gordon, who opened a distillery in Clerkenwell, London. More info
1.125 litres of Gordon's London Dry Gin from the 1970s. "The Heart of a Good Cocktail" the bottle proclaims, and we couldn't agree more. More info
This is a large, antique bottle of Gordon's London Dry Gin from the 1970s, featuring the classic yellow label and boar's head emblem.
Unfortunately some of the gin has leaked out of the bottle,… More info
A big ol' bottle of Gordon's London Dry Gin that is, in fact, both big and ol'. We think that this 2 litre bottling was produced back in the 1980s! More info
Something quite special here, a rare bottle of Gordon's Orange Bitters from the 1950s! More info
We believe this bottle of Gordon's Orange Gin (a fruit-laden expression sadly no longer in production, just like their Lemon Gin) was made between 1936 and 1952. Unfortunately, the label of this rare… More info
A crisp Sloe Gin from Gordon's made by steeping Sloe berries in Gordon's gin. Crisp and delicate. More info
This is a collectible bottle of Gordon's Sloe gin from the 1970s! A little piece of history from one of the most well known gin brands in the world, who claim to have been producing sloe gin for over… More info
A 1980s sloe gin from famous London Dry brand Gordon's!
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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Bottled at a higher abv than your usual Gordon's Gin, Yellow Label is usually found on mainland Europe, although it does have fans here in Great Britain. Made with the same recipe as the genius… More info
This bottle of Gordon's London Dry Gin was bottled in the 1970s. The exciting thing about antique spirits is that they were often made using different production methods and sources of ingredients to… More info
This bottle of Gordon's Gin from the early 1980s is in good condition considering its age. The label features juniper plants and reads "The Heart of a Good Cocktail". All good things.
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A 1995 bottling of Gordon’s London Dry Gin for the export market, featuring juniper berries on the label. Handsome and collectible. More info
Gordon’s Gin that was distilled and bottled in the US in the early 1980s. This handsome 1.75 litre bottle has a handle on the back. More info
A bottle of Gordon's London Dry Gin bottled in the 1970s for the Spanish market. To cap it off the label on this bottle even depicts the juniper that is used to make this classic gin! More info
A rare quart sized bottling of Gordon's London Dry Gin from the 1970s. Produced for the American market, it was actually distilled in the city of Linden in the USA. More info
As you can clearly see from the label, this is a rare lemon flavoured gin from popular producers Gordon's. It dates from between 1936 and 1952. More info
It may say "London" in big letters on this bottle of Gordon's Gin from the 1970s, but it was actually made in America! This is a 75cl bottle, or as the bottle says "4/5 Quart". More info