Fifty Pounds Gin. After the Gin Act 1736 a family of independent London Distillers came up with an original gin recipe. Known ironically amongst themselves as ‘Fifty Pounds’ in honour of the Gin Act levy. The recipe remained hidden for generations. Finally, descendants of those pioneering master distillers rescued it from oblivion. Consequently they re-discovered its extraordinary qualities.
Made with a combination of grain spirit. Already distilled four times before they use it, to give greater purity. Furthermore, botanicals come from four continents. A perfectly balanced combination of herbs, spices, fruits and flowers. Hence the unique flavour profile. Juniper, coriander, liqorice powder and angelica root all feature. The resulting gin is triple-filtered to achieve optimum smoothness.