Plymouth Gin is the only 18th century gin still batch distilled in the original distillery, Black Friars in Plymouth, England. It is a unique style of gin that differs from London gins, due to the use of a special blend containing only sweet botanicals. It has a particularly balanced flavour that is not as juniper dominant as other gins. Plymouth Gin also has the added advantage of a particularly soft and pure water source, at nearby Dartmoor National Park. The result is a gin of incomparable softness and smoothness. A winner of many major awards, Plymouth Gin was also the original gin used when the very first dry martini, gimlet and pink gin were shaken (and/or stirred).
Light-bodied, with fabulous intensity of well balanced botanical flavours and aromas and a really clean refreshing finish. A great depth of flavour, with a wonderfully fresh juniper, lemony bite with deeper earthy notes.