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Thames Distillers (Gin)

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  • Fifty Pounds

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    • 4 /5
    Fifty Pounds Gin gets its name from the 1736 gin act when a 50 pound tax was levied on those wishing to produce and sell gin. It is produced in a small and legendary distillery located in the south-east of London and looks as good as it taste.
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  • Fifty Pounds

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES OF Fifty Pounds:
    - Color: Crystal.
    - Smell: elegant aroma, wild herbs, notes of juniper, citrus.
    - Mouth: Tasty, spicy, fine bitter notes.

    PRODUCER: Fifty Pounds.
    COUNTRY: England.

    DETAILS OF PROCESSING: prepared by traditional methods.
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  • Fifty Pounds

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    • 4 /5
    Fifty Pounds Gin is your classic smooth London Dry Gin. Thames Distillers from south-west London filters over 200 years of experience into every bottle and have aptly named the gin after the cost of the first license to produce gin from the Gin Act of 1736. That date signified the first step in...
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  • Fifty Pounds

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    • 4 /5
    Fifty Pounds is a traditional Super Premium Gin, London Dry type obtained by quadruple distillation, batch, with one alembic, manufactured by John Dore & Co Botanical . The used are juniper, grains of paradise, orange, lemon, cilantro, liquorice , angelica, savoir and three secret components ....
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  • Fifty Pounds

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    • 4 /5
    Made by Thames Distillers, it has its name for the tax imposed by King George II in 1736 at the gin distiller (one in three houses in London) in order to reduce consumption, and which has obtained the opposite.
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  • Fifty Pounds

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    • 4 /5
    gin distilled in batches of no more than a thousand bottles is framed in the style of London Dry Gin. Botanicals accompany but do not stand out in what is the traditional taste of the distillate.
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