The Plymouth English Gin is a unique, protected type of gin that pulls its roots of Plymouth city, on South West England. The first recipe published for the classic Dry Martini in 1886 naming the Plymouth specifically.

Prepared at the oldest distillery in England in the historic Barbican town. The distillery operates since 1793 and the production process has changed for 200 years remotely.

The single pot still distillation produces Plymouth gin since 1850 using crystal water from the Dartmoor National Park.

The style of Plymouth English Gin differs from London gin as for the distillation of sweeter herbs that used more angelica root and peels of sweet orange.

It contains a greater amount of alcohol than other gins which gives more flavor to it, rich in juniper and notes of coriander and cardamom.

Its taste is extremely simple and creamy, full of a light sweetness.