Old English Gin is made using a recipe from 1783, distilling eleven botanicals in England's oldest functional still.
At the time, England was the biggest importer of Champagne and consumers would buy Champagne bottles full of gin in specialised gin stores. The quality and flavour of the gin depended on the supplier and on whether it was stored in bottles or barrels. The gin stored in barrels had wood notes and characteristic aromas developed over its time in the barrel.
Old English Gin is made in Champagne bottles with organic sealing and silk print, as in 1783, to relive the way English gin used to be made and distributed.
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