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).
Rich red colour, which is the result of steeping the finest sloe berries in high strength Plymouth Gin and soft Dartmoor water. The result is an entirely natural product with no added flavourings or colourings. It has a smooth liqueur taste with a beautiful balance between sweet and bitter fruit flavours, and a hint of almonds from the stone of the fruit.