Large 1 Litre

Beefeater London Dry Gin 1 Litre 47% ABV

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With a history dating amongst the oldest of the modern gins, Beefeater was formulated by James Burrough in the 19th Century. By combining the wild flavour of juniper with the subtle sweetness of angelica and the spicy orange of coriander, he produced a new and highly aromatic style that took the world by storm.

Beefeater Gin boasts a fragrant combination of nine different botanicals which qualifies Beefeater as the ideal candidate for gin cocktails such as the martini, or a classic gin and tonic. Named after the ceremonial guards of the Tower of London, the flavoursome, robust and refreshing Beefeater Gin will require a similar method of safekeeping should you not wish to share!

Tasting Note: The aroma of Beefeater is both spicy and fruity, with a nice balance and always a focus on the juniper. The palate is dry but the herbal bouquet is ideal and it finishes dry with a citrus back.

Additional Details

SKU:
10193-NGB-UNIT
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
United Kingdom
Alcohol %:
47
Region:
United Kingdom
Style:
Dry Gin
Varietal:
Gin

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