Old English Gin is made from a 1783 recipe, distilling eleven botanicals in the oldest pot still being used in England today.
Old English Gin comes in champagne bottles with organic sealing and silk print, all as they did back in 1783, or from a barrel as the Barman's Special Reserve. Working in this way, they are reinstating traditional methods.
Old English Gin has a superbly rounded palate with juniper just rising to the fore and the other 10 botanicals presented as a uniform front. That said, this is not a clean, dry London Gin, it has a sweeter, nuttier palate with earthy liquorice rising to the fore.