Having been out of fashion for so many years, gin is making a successful come-back on the cocktail circuit. Various innovative brands are now offering a new angle on gin's traditional flavour profile. Meanwhile, a host of new cocktails means there are far more ways to enjoy gin, beyond the ubiquitous gin and tonic. Read More »
A bottle of gin from Seager's, who were once quite big in the whisky world, buying Laphroaig in the 1960s. We believe this bottle to be from the 1970s, around the time that they changed their name to Long John International.
An old bottling of the now defunct Booth's High & Dry London dry gin. The brand was established by the Booth family in the mid 18th century and was produced in Clerkenwell. We estimate this bottle dates from the 1970s.
An old bottling of Booth's London dry gin. The brand was established by the Booth family in the mid 18th century and was produced in Clerkenwell. The back label carries certification from the Royal Institute of Public Health & Hygiene dated 1959, which leads us to estimate this bottle dates from the early 1960s.
An old bottling of Gordon's Gin, with the yellow label denoting this is the export strength version at 47.3%. We estimate this bottle dates from the 1950s as it carries a warrant for the "Late King Geirge VI".