It was called “dry gin” because it was clear and unsweetened and it was flavoured with more subtle aromatic botanicals like coriander, cassia, angelica and orris root. Because most of the distillers making this type of gin were based in London, they bottled their products as “London Dry Gin” and the name stuck.
Did you know… A London Dry Gin doesn’t have to be made in London; it doesn’t even have to be made in England. Instead, London Dry (also known as London Gin) refers to that which is made under a series of mind-bogglingly exciting EU regulations put in place in February 2008
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