Gin has been produced in England since the early seventeenth century. During the nineteenth century, a chemist named James Burrough combined the wild flavour of juniper with the subtle sweetness of angelica and the spicy orange of coriander to produce a new highly aromatic style. Burrough coined the term “London Dry” to differentiate the style from its Dutch counterparts.
Made from a double distilled spirit , Prince Albert represents good value for money in comparison with other gins similarly priced. A value mixer for a refreshing Gin & tonic. 37% alc./vol.