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Gin Lane 1751 London Dry Gin

(70cl, 40%)

Gin Lane 1751 London Dry Gin

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Gin Lane 1751 London Dry Bottling Note

Gin Lane 1751 is a range of gins that hark back to the Victorian era in both style and flavour profile, created by the Bloomsbury Club and Charles Maxwell from Thames Distillers. The name is a reference to the Gin Act of 1751 and the well-known William Hogarth painting of Gin Lane. Their classic, juniper-forward London Dry Gin features 8 botanicals, including juniper, coriander, angelica, orris, lemon, orange, cassia bark and star anise.

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Gin Lane 1751 London Dry Gin Reviews

A really well crafted gin.

A really lovely gin, I always have tonic and ice (1 gin to 3 tonic) but I always taste a new gin straight and this one is super duper. Thanks.

7th May 2018

Glorious, traditional gin !

Coupled with the 1724 tonic and a couple of ice stones - just superb and only topped - in my humble opinion - by the Navy Strength version. Delicious.

15th November 2015

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