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Gordon's750ml London Dry Gin

R149

Retail: R190
Not for persons under the age of 18
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The classic taste of Gordon's London Dry Gin is derived from its triple distillation process as well as from the strength of the juniper berry. The recipe also includes coriander seeds, liquorice, orris root, orange peel, lemon peel and angelica root which ties all the 120 botanicals used together to form a long, complex taste.

Product Features
  • The classic taste of Gordon's Gin is derived from its triple distillation process as well as from the strength of the juniper berry.
  • The recipe also includes coriander seeds, liquorice, orris root, orange peel, lemon peel and angelica root which ties all the 120 botanicals.
  • All are used together to form a long, complex taste.
Product Specifications
  • Alcohol by Volume: 40%
  • Volume: 750ml bottle
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