In the 1950s, this gin which was known as "Berry’s Best" was distributed in the United States to certain privileged customers. This gin is identical to the recipe and aesthetics of the time, simple and skillfully balanced
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Berry Bros & Rudd
London Dry Gin
After more than 300 years of existence, Berry Bros & Rudd is one of the oldest diviners and spirits merchants in the world. In the 1950s, their London Dry Gin which was known as "Berry’s Best" was distributed in the United States to certain privileged customers such as director Franck Capra.
B. B. & R. called on Charles Maxwell to recreate a gin produced by these wine and spirits merchants in the 1950s, the "Berry's Best". Only one bottle of the original London Dry Gin was left. Armed with a bottle of this precious 1950s liquid, Maxwell and his team recreated a flavor profile that matches this historic expression. This gin is identical to the recipe and the aesthetic of the time, simple and skillfully balanced.
Using juniper, coriander, angelica and winter savory, among others, the result is a very classic gin with a floral (violet) side, a touch of soft chalk and a hint of sweetness. The palate is attractive, smooth, accessible, round, easy to drink, deliciously floral with a slight sweetness.
|Country :||United Kingdom|
|Spirits :||Gin, London Dry Gin|
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