Juice from the oldest working Gin distillery in England.
Right there on the cobbled streets of the Plymouth harbor lies an old building that is said to have been built in the early 1400s. Once supposedly a monastery, the Plymouth Gin Distillery, also known as the Black Friars Distillery, has been in operation since 1793, making it the oldest Gin distillery in England. It is there that Master Gin Distiller Sean Harrison crafts delicious Spirits using their 200-years-old recipe that is passed down verbally to each new Master Distiller.
Naturally, he's tight-lipped about the ratios, but the 7 botanicals that go into the grain Spirit are known: Juniper berries bring the pine aromas and bitterness, coriander seeds balance it with citrus aromas and spice, orange & lemon peels for that fruity zestiness, angelica root for its menthol notes, green cardamom for its dryness and sweetness, and orris root to round it all off. A touch sweeter than your London Dry, Plymouth Gin has won countless awards for good reason.