Gin - Traditional Dry

Greenall's London Dry Gin

From: England Liquor Review Category: Traditional Dry Gin

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San Francisco World Spirits Competition

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Beverage Testing Institute

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Wine Enthusiast

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Greenall gin considers itself the "original London Dry" after being created in 1761 near the height of the English "gin craze." They claim the modern product uses the same formula, stills, and local water as the original. They suggest serving in tonic water at a ratio of 3 parts tonic to 1 part Greenall over ice with a garnish of lime wedge.

G&J Greenall claims a traditional stretching back to 1761 when the distillery was founded by Thomas Dakin.

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ericdrinksliquor ericdrinksliquor (44)
Rating: 4.0 (2016-03-08)
Found this at my new regular liquor store and have been loving it. Makes an excellent martini or G&T, and is super cheap.
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