GIN THOMAS DAKIN CL.70
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GIN THOMAS DAKIN CL.70

Gin Thomas Dakin is made according to the most ancient customs, inspired by the original versions of 1761. It was born thanks to a careful choice of the best traditional botanicals, in which the balsamic aroma of juniper berries, citrus fruits and oriental spices dominate. . Gin Thomas Dakin is still made today following the indications of a secret recipe, it is a list made up of 11 botanicals and spices, which include among others: juniper, coriander, orange peel, citrus fruits, pepper, licorice root and angelic. A very balanced and harmonious mix.

Gradation 42%

€37.50
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Thomas Dakin is credited with being one of the pioneers of gin when he first set up his distillery in Bridge Street, Warrington in 1761 at the age of 25! Gin at the time was considered a very unpopular drink with a dark past, however Thomas Dakin had other ideas for it and started his conquest to transform the views of the general public.

In 1788 Thomas's son Edward became a founder member of the Amicable Society, an 18th-century drinking club, where he met Edward Greenall of the then family of brewers. In 1809 Margaret Dakin (Thomas' daughter-in-law) became the world's first Master Distiller and started distilling Gin! In 1860 the Greenall family became the custodians of the Dakin Gin recipe that has remained with them to this day.

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1 kg
9 Items
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Gradation
42
Format
700

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