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Plymouth gin can only be made in Plymouth. This is a pot still gin, voted the Best Gin in BBC Good Food Magazine.
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17th January 2017
After going astray from the core gin types and looking for some strong 'punchy' gins with individual flavours (Dodds / Berkeley Square / Ophir to name a few) I found that that coming back to this fine citrus & juniper gin is actually quite refreshing as it is not trying too hard to be different. It depicts what a gin should stand for. I like it.
24th November 2015
Lovely citrus note. I like how it is sweet, but has an enjoyable dry finish. Plymouth makes a great summer G&T. Not one I could drink all day and night though
5th January 2015
It is the only Gin that tastes like Gin should taste, accompanied of course by Fever Tree tonic.
26th November 2014
The best gin. Smooth with citrus overtones.
22nd November 2014
My husband and I find Plymouth Gin by far the best of all those available.It does cost a little more, but it is well worth it. The trouble is, we find it very difficult to locate locally at our usual Supermarkets!
7th June 2014
the best gin I have had ever
3rd June 2014
Whilst wondering around the Barbican in Plymouth I bumped into the Plymouth gin distillery and bought a bottle.At home I did a taste comparison with a supermarket own brand and what a difference, the Plymouth gin has better flavour, less harsh and far smoother!You get what you pay for!
2nd December 2013
Strong, well-rounded and balanced flavour. Works well in G&T but even better in a Martini (with a good dose of quality vermouth, I prefer 4:1).
8th February 2013
Fantastic taste, drink gin from the countries oldest gin distillery.
11th November 2011