Gordon's Gin
£15.95

Gordon's Gin

70cl | 37.5% ABV | Scotland

Gordons Gin needs very little introduction – it’s a mainstay of the British (hell, global) Gin scene; an enduring, everlasting gin that has been made since 1769. It is one of the key cornerstones of the category.

Gordons Gin is the dictionary definition of gin – strong juniper flanked by a citrus upfront and a spice blend to finish. It’s easy sipping, light at 37.5%, and best in a classic, ice and a slice G&T serve.

Key Flavours

Citrus
Juniper
Spiced
"Sometimes overlooked for being the establishment, Gordon's has become the biggest names in the spirits world for good reason - it's a really good gin. Go easy on the tonic when you serve it and add squeeze the lime wedge as you add it in to garnish."

About this product

To keep up with the tens of millions of bottles needed, Gordon's is made in a few places around the world, although most of the volume flows out of Scotland. It's made to a London dry, multishot method.

Gordons Gin was created in 1769 by Alexander Gordon. It began in Southwark, then moved to Clerkenwell before eventually heading North in search of more space. The brand is owned by Diageo.

The long history of Gordons Gin means that there are a lot of experiments and vintages to the family name and for those curious, there's even an archive of all the bottles, posters and items from its history in Scotland.

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