In 1769 Alexander Gordon, a Londoner of Scottish descent, opened a distillery in the Southwark area of London, and set about refining his recipe for a spirit named Gordon's London Dry Gin. This 47.3% ABV version is distilled to his original recipe.
When bottled at 47.3% alcohol by volume, it ensures the botancials are locked into the alcohol, unlike sub 40% gins, and therefore delivers on all levels.
The original Gordon's gin used to make James Bond's Vesper cocktail.
Gin & Genever
Gordons - www.gordons-gin.co.uk