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Plymouth English Navy Strength Gin 750ml

NV Plymouth English Navy Strength Gin [click image to zoom]
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Nose: Intense, bold and fresh aroma of juniper followed by notes of coriander and cardamom.
Palate: Full bodied, smooth and flavourful with a slight sweetness.
Finish:Aromatic, long and rich.

For almost two centuries, Her Majesty's Naval Fleet was sustained by Plymouth Gin and no ship left port without a bottle of Navy Strength 100 proof (57% abv) on board.

For some it is the ultimate gin, with a rich but very balanced taste that takes a Martini or a Gin and Tonic to a new level. Perfect for the demands of today's more adventurous spirit drinkers and mixologists. The 57% ABV amplifies the aroma and fragrance of the botanicals, yet retains the smooth and balanced character Plymouth Gin is renowned for.
Serving Suggestion

Enjoy Navy Strength in your favourite cocktail, or in classic drinks such as a Pink Gin or a Gimlet, reputedly created by the British Royal Navy for medicinal purposes.

- Distiller's Notes

Producer: Plymouth
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Price: $39.99

Availability: 8


Country: England

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Type: Gin and Jenever
Gin has come a long way since its infamous origins as the scourge of the working classes in 18th century in England. Once called "mother's ruin," gin and its closest relative, Jenever, enjoyed mass popularity during the early 20th century, in cocktails and punches across the globe, but declined with cocktail culture in the 60's and 70's. The international resurgence of martinis and speakeasies has led to a boom in microdistilleries producing high-quality gins for all tastes, from dry to sweet, and with all the aromatic variety of a spice market.