A high strength Plymouth gin, this is a rich and flavourful gin, supplied to the Royal Navy for nearly 200 years. More info
Plymouth gin can only be made in Plymouth. This is a pot still gin, voted the Best Gin in BBC Good Food Magazine. More info
A 75cl bottle of classic Plymouth Dry Gin thought to date from the 1970s complete with an illustration of Plymouth harbour circa 1793, the year Plymouth gin was founded.
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A 75cl bottling of Plymouth Dry Gin thought to date from the 1980s complete with original presentation tube!
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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This is made by steeping sloe berries in Plymouth Gin and then blending it with Dartmouth water. A great, crisp and fruity sloe gin from Plymouth. More info
We think that this bottle of PLymouth Dry Gin was produced in either the late 1960s or the 1970s. A collectible bottle which has been well looked-after over the years. More info
This '60s or '70s bottling says "Plym-Gin", but we're clever enough to know that means Plymouth Gin. The fact that "Plym-Gin" almost rhymes is pretty cool though. Sort of. More info
This brilliantly named 'Plym-Gin' was bottled in the 1980s. Full of lemony goodness. More info
A magnum bottle of Plymouth gin. This is handmade in copper pot stills in Plymouth, The recipe dates back to 1896. More info
A sweet and delicious gin made with sloe berries that are steeped in high-proof Plymouth Gin and soft water from Dartmoor. This has a superb flavour, and was bottled in the 1990s in a half-litre… More info
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
Ooh - looky - an old-style bottling from Plymouth. Tip Top. More info
A zesty burst of lemon along with the classic juniper zing make this 1970s bottle from Plymouth unmissable. More info
Under the alter-ego of Plym-Gin, this 1960s bottle was produced by those chaps at Plymouth Gin. As good as they are at making great spirits, they really need to get better at thinking up alter-ego… More info
We think that this well-kept bottle of Plymouth Dry Gin (presented as the pleasing-sounding Plym-Gin) was produced at some point between the start of the 1960s and the end of the 1970s. More info
An old bottling of Plymouth gin, or Plym-Gin as it used to be branded, dates from the 1960s or 1970s. More info