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This is fifty... Fifty Pounds gin is distilled in small quantities, and in single batches. The name comes from the time of George II and the 1736 Gin Act, when a 50 pound tax was levied on those wishing to produce and sell gin. Only two distilleries agreed to pay the tax!
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Au vu des tarifs de plus en plus exorbitants des gins nouvelles vagues, voilà un excellent gin q/p, plutôt doux et classique, excellent comme on me l'a servi en tonic en Espagne:1 m fifty pounds3 m fever tree tonicGrains de genièvre et tranches de manzanaDans un immense verre ballon rempli de gros glaçons of course... Par 40° il faut bien ça!
10th April 2017
Bought the gift set at the good food show last year after sampling a few others. This was the best by far. A really great quality smooth gin and will definitely be buying this as my gin of choice. Good with tonic but equally good on its own ...love it.
23rd January 2016
Fantastic! Best ever gin!
26th February 2015
Just bought this gin at a duty free shop in Colombia, I think it is a very smooth gin, easy to mix with premium mixers like Fentigans.
29th August 2013
Pretty enjoyable on the rocks and slice of lemon.
31st March 2011
A crisp, clean, classic London dry nose. Slightly earthy with a lovely complexity of juniper and lime peel with an almost minty freshness and a pleasant balancing sweetness. The palate is soft and slightly lactose in character with juniper, lemon/lime. A short but intense burst of alcohol follows with the more herbal botanicals evident on the finish. The palate, although pleasant is not as interesting neat as the nose.
8th July 2010