Gordon's Special Dry London Gin Reviews
Newest Review: ... is see through and made of dark green glass and is an oblong shape with a rounded back to it and a white and black twist on ... more
by - written on 27/03/01, updated on 21/05/01 (Very useful, 1041 readings)
A little bit more 'inside information', from my experience working as a Public Analyst below, but let us start at the beginning. Heather and I drink 'mainly' wine (for our 'stomachs' sake' - well, anyway, that's our excuse), but there is always an occasion when a 'stiff' G&T is essential and a bottle of 'Gordon's' is always in the house as part of our 'staple diet'. At one time, Gin was Heather's favourite tipple, to the extent that my (very welcome) present every Mother's Day was a 'case of ruin' - 6 bottles of Gordon's Gin still in the box. Caused Mother-in-Law (very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
One of my all-time favourite spirits - never out of stock of this one. Not that I have any kind of a problem, you understand, but of all the branded gins, to me at least, this one is superior. Available in various sizes, the standard bottle contains 70cl. Branded as Gordon's - The Original, it is described as a Special Dry London Gin. Gordon's has been the gin of choice for generations. It is 37.5% proof and slips down an absolute treat. It comes in a familiar dark green chunky shaped bottle with a flat front. It has white and black label front and rear and a white screw on cap. The bottle itself carries raised lettering as detailed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
==Gordon's Dry Gin== If you haven't done it, then now is the time to get your sloe gin ready for Christmas. Mine is already made up and in the cupboard and I have to say I didn't think twice when I had to choose the gin to add to my sloe berries and Gordon's was the one I chose. (Gosh I am starting to sound like I've got a bit of a drink problem!) I needed a little over a litre of the gin to make the amount of sloe gin that I was intending so it wasn't especially cheap as a litre bottle will cost on average around £21 and £17 or so for the 70cl bottle. It is worth getting the branded version as non branded gin is just not that nice in comparison. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/02, updated on 19/04/02 (Very useful, 3736 readings)
Gordon's is a name synonomous with gin and is the worlds largest selling brand. Gordon's Gin is produced in in a wopping 150 countries worldwide and 100 million bottles are produced every year. Gordon's Gin was first produced in London in 1769, which means its been around for around 233 years. Gordon's Gin is the only brand that boasts of being able to display the Royal Coat of Arms by Appointment to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. As mentioned earlier the first Gordon's Gin was produced in 1769 in Finsbury. London. The company was created by Alexander Gordon and the ingredients and formula created by him are used till ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/02, updated on 07/04/02 (Very useful, 493 readings)
Gordon's Special Dry London Gin - you must have heard of it?? Probably one of the most well known and long established brands. Indeed on the label it states that it has been distilled in Great Britain since 1769 - that's even older than I am! ;o) Although a lot of you will have realised by now I am generally a wine drinker but I am partial to a little ( or a lot) of gin when in the mood - it has such a distinctive and refreshing flavour and cheaper brands just taste, well, sort of metallic and cheap. I hadn't bought any gin myself for a long, long time always forgetting how much I like it and opting for wine instead (except in pubs when I ... Read the complete review
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