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OLD TOM GIN

Regular price £34.95
42% ABV 700ml

Our Old Tom Gin features botanicals historically found in traditional Old Tom recipes dating back to the 1700s, including orange peel, liquorice and angelica root. Sweetened with a touch of sugar syrup, our Cotswolds Old Tom Gin is delicate and fragrant with notes of candied orange, light herbal notes and faint ginger spice and is delicious enjoyed either with tonic or in a Tom Collins cocktail.

 

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CAREFULLY SOURCED INGREDIENTS

Juniper, coriander, angelica, fresh orange peel, liquorice root, ground ginger, caraway and cardamom.

Awards

  • adi 2020 best of category award logo
  • the spirits business gin masters 2020 gold award logo
  • great taste 2019 two stars award logo
  • world gin awards 2022 best english old tom award logo

Tasting NOTES

  • Nose

    Delicate and sweet, fragrant orange peel balanced with light herbal notes.

  • Palate

    Candied orange, rounded off with faint ginger spice.

  • Finish

    Sweet and viscous with hints of cardamom and Seville orange.

    Lovingly CRAFTED

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    Serving SUGGESTIONS

    We enjoy our Old Tom neat, garnished with fresh orange peel, but you could try making a Tom Collins cocktail by adding lemon juice, soda and sugar syrup for a longer, refreshing serve.

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    Made In the Cotswolds

    The Cotswolds is hugely important to us; in fact, it defines every aspect of our being. We feel extremely lucky to live in one of England's most charming and beloved regions, full of character, romance and history. We try, where possible, to emphasise the rich agricultural bounty of the Cotswolds. The principle things that grow in the Cotswolds are fruits and grains, and these are the building blocks of our flavour profiles.

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