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Beefeater London Dry Gin was first made in 1820 by James Burroughs. It is still, to this day, made to the same recipe. Great in a martini, this is a spiced, fruity gin.
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Excelente Ginebra, aunque las que he comprado son de 47 Grados de Alcohol y el sabor es mucho mejor y mas para un Dry Martini.
5th January 2017
18th September 2016
We use Beefeater as the basic London Dry against which to compare more premium brands. It is a good gin. It makes a decent G&T, and a passable martini. It is uncomplicated. Nothing very exciting going on with the flavour and you're not going to choose it over Berry No. 3 for G&T for example. But a staple for any drinks cabinet. And if you prefer it to the premium brand against which you're testing... you're going to save a fortune :-)
10th January 2016
1st December 2015
Es bueno, muy bueno, igual que el Bombay Saphire. Cuestión de gustos, pero ambos son muy buenos, del mismo nivel. 8/10
23rd August 2015
Bestow large scale offerings and still m ade in London
24th May 2015
Smooth, well-integrated botanicals. The juniper is there, but it's not overpowering and balanced well by the citrus flavours. My favourite for a Martini.
28th February 2014
This came out surprisingly well in a blind tasting I did with friends, by far the best of the big brand names. Juniper smell is distinctive but not overwhelming, taste is slightly fruity, clean and overall very pleasant.
12th June 2013
A bit subtler than Gordon's, and arguably a little more floral/fruity. Good choice for gin-heavy cocktails such as a Martini.
8th February 2013