Greenall's London Dry Gin
London Dry Gin
Greenall's // England
G & J Greenall, based in Warrington, England, have been producing gin since 1761, making it the oldest gin distillery in England. Originally founded by Thomas Dakin, considered the forefather to English gin, the distillery eventually came under the ownership of Edward Greenall, who named the distillery after his younger brothers, Gilbert and John. In 2011, to celebrate the 250th anniversary of its founding, the distillery released their own version of a London Dry gin. Although the exact recipe of this gin remains a closely guarded secret of the distillery, it's known that eight botanicals are used, including juniper, angelica, lemon peel and coriander. The botanicals are rested in the neutral grain spirit before being distilled and bottled at 37.5% ABV.
London Dry GinNeutral spirit flavored with juniper and other botanicals. In the US, the minimum ABV is 40%; In the EU, it is 37.5%. Originally, only made in London, this can be made anywhere. No artificial flavors or colors can be added. Only water, neutral grain spirit, and sugar (no more than 0.1g/l) can be added.