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What is a Classic Gin?

Updated: Oct 18, 2022

A classic gin uses a neutral base spirit and refers only to the style of the spirit being juniper-forward and should not be confused with the process of creating London Dry Gin.

A classic gin uses a neutral base spirit and refers only to the style of the spirit being juniper-forward and should not be confused with the process of creating London Dry Gin.



A London Dry Gin by legal definition includes juniper and has no additional ingredients added after distillation.

A London Dry Gin however may not taste like juniper and may not be produced in London. A classic gin shall always taste juniper independent of the production process, its production location, or other botanicals or ingredients.

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