Gordons - London Dry Gin 70cl Bottle

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Gordons
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70cl Bottle
£15.22
Available 02nd Sep 2014
 

Description:
Established in 1769 and the world's best selling gin.

The juniper is predominantly in the nose, but well balanced with fresh coriander notes, fresh citrus and spice backdrop on the palate.



Category(s):     Gin & Genever
Group(s):     Gin
Producer: Gordons   -   www.gordons-gin.co.uk
ABV:   37.5%
Brand:   Gordons
Country of Origin:   England
Type:   Gin

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7 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Sat, 07 Sep 2013
Author:
Review: Neutral with a hint of perfume / chemical. There are much more interesting Gins on the market. Why bother.

Date of Review: Fri, 18 Sep 2009
Author:
Review: Ok so Gordons is the market leader, but it's still a great drink, mixed with tonic water, it is a classic. If cocktails are your thing, try a Fluffy Duck. Equal measures of gin, whisky and pernod. It just shouldn't work, it should be awful - and yet it works. Somehow because each of the ingredients are strong flavours they seem to balance each other out.

Date of Review: Sat, 30 May 2009
Author:
Review: My first choice for a pink gin. Not so good for a gin and tonic or to have neat.

Date of Review: Thu, 23 Apr 2009
Author:
Review: This gin is like drinking perfume, awful and over rated.

Date of Review: Sat, 22 Dec 2007
Author:
Review: I find Gordons a little on the sweet side for my taste.

Date of Review: Thu, 21 Dec 2006
Author:
Review: Gordons is cheap gin.
And as such gets a worse rep then it deserves,
Ok you cant drink it straight, or in a martini,
But if you drink a lot of gin, and put mixers in it,
Gordons isnt that bad. There is no point in buying Tanqueray if you are just going to drown it in tonic.

Date of Review: Wed, 28 Sep 2005
Author:
Review: A fine gin for tonic, but not quite fine enough for a martini.

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