Fifty Pounds Gin
Fifty Pounds Gin takes its name from one of the darkest times in Britain’s past and one of the most controversial in the history of Gin. When Dutch-born William of Orange took the English throne in 1688, England unwittingly (and unintentionally) began its descent into one of the first recorded drug epidemics – with Gin at the heart of it.
- A crisp, clean, classic London dry nose. Slightly earthy with a lovely complexity of juniper and lime peel with an almost minty freshness and a pleasant balancing sweetness. The palate is soft and slightly lactose in character with juniper, lemon/ ... Learn More