This gin takes its name from the 1736 Gin Act which imposed an annual licence fee of Fifty Pounds on those wishing to produce and sell gin. This Act was a (failed) attempt to curb the prevalent gin craze.
The bottle is based on the case gin design of that Georgian era; tapered to allow tight end packing in a pre-bubble wrap time. Each bottle of Fifty Pounds Gin also bears its individual distillation batch number BATCH No 01/17, together with the year that it was distilled.
Production of Fifty Pounds Gin is similarly shaped by history. No shortcuts; high levels of care and attention from sourcing the finest botanicals to distilling in small batches; in short, the way things used to be done. It is this attention to detail that gives Fifty Pounds Gin its remarkable smoothness and exceptional quality.
London Dry Gin
11 in total including juniper, angelica root, coriander seeds, liquorice root, grains of paradise, lemon peel, orange peel and savoury.
Soft, slightly subdued aromas of violet, juniper and hints of spice. Citrus on the palate with a good core of juniper. Tangy, slightly floral too.
Premium tonic garnished with either orange peel or dehydrated orange.