58 and Co Gin London Dry 70cl

English Gin • 70cl • 43%
Product details
58 and Co Gin London Dry
Country English Gin
Distillery/Brand 58 & Co.

58 and Co Gin London Dry

58 and Co London Dry Gin is created in Haggerston using a single shot distillation method with a gorgeous alembic still, 100% British wheat spirit and nine carefully selected botanicals. This smashing selection includes juniper, coriander, lemon, pink grapefruit, vanilla, orris, cubeb pepper, bergamot and angelica. An ace gin for cocktails, this one. We're particularly fond of using it in an Aviation...

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Good balance of citrus and enjoyably leafy notes. A touch of sweetness to it, too.

Palate Quite dry, with pine-y juniper at the fore, well backed-up by citrus.

Finish Peppery with a lasting hint of juniper.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

London Dry - 2021
World Gin Awards

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Reviews for 58 and Co Gin London Dry
Splendidly Versatile
Eloquent and robust answers to all questions asked of it…Martini, G&T, Aviation, CR2, Tuxedo, you name it. Fights it’s corner and tastes delicious.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Good value, versatile gin.
Lovely gin. Very clean taste and brings out the best in the fever tree tonic water. £30 for a bottle seems like a decent price. It’s certainly a step above the supermarket brands at a similar price.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
London 58 Gin
A refreshing gin. I added a a slice of lemon lots of ice and lots of slimline tonic water. Will definitely buy again.
Janine , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Absolute fave
I've been a huge fan of this Gin and love the gorgeous new bottle - lovely ice cold with tonic and grapefruit ;-)
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Very enjoyable and versatile
I really love this Gin. Excellent botanical aromas and a enjoyable well rounded flavor profile. Quite smooth as well. I've been using it in negronis and other cocktails. You can tell its made in small batches.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Very green tasting & citrus gets lost, ok with cucumber and useless with lemon/lime
I bought this Gin in an ongoing effort to find a cheaper more cost effective alternative to Salcombe Gin which I love for its Super clean fresh taste. 58 Gin on paper looked promising and even on first smell was hopeful. The tasting notes by master of malt are far more accurate than the description in my opinion but what ruins this Gin for me is what the tasting notes call "enjoyable leafy notes". These to me dominate everything else about this Gin on the palate and I'm left with the taste of dusty old apple skin. Tasted with tonic and Lemon at first, thought the lemon was off, tried it plain, same result, tried with cucumber and voila the cucumber completely masked over this horrid green flatness but then all I could taste was cucumber ie. all the citrus freshness was lost. Conker Gin at £35 is the only Gin I would suggest close to this price point but realistically its in another league and frankly 58 Gin deserves to be thoroughly in the mid 20's price bracket well below Sipsmith.

It frustrates me one can't buy a good Gin for well under £30 the same way one can with Vodka (Platinum Russian Standard / Stoli Gold) or Tequila (El Jimador). Maybe I'm being too fussy and I should buy expensive tonic to mask the fact that the alcohol isn't that great...
james s , United Kingdom
3 years ago