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Hayman’s Royal Dock Gin

Produced by: Hayman Distillers

Royal Dock is a Navy strength gin. This very gin was supplied to both the Royal Navy and trade from 1863. Navy strength gin is 57% alc, which was the strength required to enable gunpowder to still light if gin was spilled on it.

Royal Dock Gin has a characteristic, bright and robust profile. Traditionally served in a Gimlet, Pink Lady and a Martini.

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ABV:57%
Nose:Royal Dock Gin has a characteristic, bright and robust gin style, to be expected from the Navy Strength spirit, and yet retains its citrus, juniper and refreshing floral hints on the nose.
Finish:The lingering juniper and citrus flavours mingle with the other botanicals to leave a warm, faintly floral and honey finish.
Serve/garnish:Serve as a Martini or Gimlet

Botanicals used in Hayman’s Royal Dock Gin:

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