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Gin and Jenever

Gin and Jenever are both spirits whose dominant flavouring is the juniper berry. The latter, Jenever, is much more like the grandfather of today’s gins, which are considerably more refined. Jenever is a more rustic, almost whisky-like spirit, distilled from malt wine. It is much richer and maltier because of it. Gin, on the other hand, is essentially vodka with juniper and other botanicals used to flavour it.

Gin And Jenever

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Old Raj Dry Gin is made by WM Cadenhead, bottlers of excellent whisky and, so it seems, makers of brilliant dry gin. This spicy, floral gin includes the valuable and rare ingredient saffron!  More info
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Gordon's Gin 1.5l
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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
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A classically-styled Oude Genever from the de Ooievaar distillery in Amsterdam, made with malt wines and herbs, then left to mature for around 6 months. It is presented in a traditional ceramic...  More info
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A bright, bold jenever from A. van Wees, made with a bustling bunch of different berries in the base and slightly sweetened to balance out the natural sourness of the berries. It pairs rather well...  More info
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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.

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Bombay Sapphire is one of the most popular London Dry Gins, now available with the addition of Thai lemongrass and Vietnamese black peppercorns, taking the total of botanicals to a round dozen in this...  More info
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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
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This is an antique bottle of Compton Original London Dry Gin which we believe to have been produced between the late 1970s and early 1980s. Now, we're not cricket experts, but the cricketer on the...  More info
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Another year, another fab Sloe Gin from the Sipsmith distillers in London. Featuring their stupendous gin and wild sloe berries, the 2013 edition of Sipsmith's Sloe Gin is as brilliant as ever -...  More info
$36.42
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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$111.54
Gordon's Gin 35cl
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A half bottle of Gordon's Gin, created in 1769 by Alexander Gordon, who opened a distillery in Clerkenwell, London.  More info
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A 75cl bottling of Beefeater London Dry Gin dating from the 1980s produced by James Burrough and named after the famous Yeoman Warders of the Tower of London.  More info
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London 40 Gin
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Richmond London Dry Gin
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Mayfair Dry Gin
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This gin uses a variety of botanicals including juniper, angelica root, coriander seed, rubbed savoury, orris powder and a selection of others to create a full-bodied gin.  More info
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This may be a London Dry Gin but it is actually made in Spain in the 1970's and is a collectable item.  More info
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Made using a similar mash-bill as genever (malted barley, rye and corn), Zuidam's Korenwijn is distilled not once, not twice, not thrice, but four times, resulting in a delicate, fruity palate. The...  More info
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A big bottle of Brecon Special Reserve Gin from the Penderyn distillery, featuring a bustling selection of botanicals. Juniper from Macedonia, orange peel from Spain, Chinese cassia bark, Sri Lankan...  More info
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Stock Dry Gin - 1950s
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Produced in Trieste, Italy in the 1950s, this is a fine old dry gin which was made by the Stock company. Great in cocktails.  More info
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White Crown is a tasty dry gin which was made in San Marino. This particular bottle was made in the 1970s and is quite a collectible.  More info
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Buton Dry Gin - 1950s
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This is a very rare bottle of Dry Gin which was produced in Bologna, Italy by the Buton company. It was made in the 1950s and has a delicate aroma. Great in cocktails.  More info
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Van Wees Korewijn Rembrandt is made from a blend of malt wines, aged in oak for 6 months. A rich, warming nose not too different from that of freshly baked bread. We believe that this has been named...  More info
$76.59
Van Wees Roggenaer
(70cl, 40%)
A Dutch rye-based genever from the A. van Wees distillery de Ooievaar in Amsterdam. They age it in oak casks for at least three years before bottling, allowing the flavours of rye bread to develop.  More info
$66.20
Very well aged rye-based genever from Amsterdam-based distiller A. van Wees. After 15 years in oak casks, it has developed sweet, almost chocolatey notes, as well as deeper, more complex herbal notes...  More info
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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
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