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An old bottle of Gordon's Dry Gin.
The brand was established by Alexander Gordon, who founded his distillery in Southwark in 1769.
This was distilled and bottled in London by Tanqueray Gordon & Co. Ltd., we estimate in the 1970s.
Please note as this is a vintage bottle, conditions of bottle/label and liquid level can vary - Some years can vary as estimations only (example: estimated 1970s/80s).
Nose: Heavy with pine-laden juniper, with a peppery/resinous undertone. Coriander lurking on the edges as well, with a slight hint or citrus and a menthol character. Quintessentially classic.
Palate: Similar to the nose. Bright piny juniper, with hints of coriander, lemon zest. Earthy spice, a hint of angelica, a touch of baking spice and a glow that slightly calls to mind a middle ground between licorice and mint.
Finish: The finish is medium-long in length with an unmistakable juniper burst, but there’s some complexities and complications which emerge that challenge the notion that Gordon’s is a one-note gin.