City of London Distillery Six Bells Lemon Gin, 70 cl
Regular price £31.99
Distilled in the heart of the Square Mile, this delightfully vibrant gin is inspired by the citrus fruits that would have descended down the river Thames from distant lands as the British Empire flourished.And, as the popular rhyme goes, “Oranges and lemons, say the bells of St Clements,” today you can still hear the bells at St. Clement Danes in City of Westminster, London, imitating the tune.Six Bells Lemon has a classic gin base with citrus notes enhanced using vapour distillation to make the citrus notes sing.This gin is citrus forward with a traditional London Gin botanical base and is complex yet bright, making for delicious G&T’s as well as being exceptionally versatile in cocktails. Read more.
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The gin craze (as it was some 200 years ago) is back at full steam and has been now for the last 5 or so years. City of London Distillery opened on 20th December 2012 inside Jonathan Clark's cocktail bar in Bride Lane, within the City itself. This was their first gin and is a classic London Dry Gin.
Classic gin base with citrus notes
Gin & Tonic Cocktail Recipe
Gin & Tonic. If you can say it, you can make it. Right? Right. But also, not exactly. The two-ingredient cocktail requires your undivided attention. From glassware to garnish to style of gin and spirit proof, everything should be carefully considered when mixing a G&T. A Gin & Tonic made with a potent base—45% ABV and above, if you mean business—and configured with two parts tonic to one part gin is a highball of balance and beauty. Too much gin, and the botanical spirit will overshadow the unique qualities of the tonic. Too much tonic, and it will drown the gin. There is endless room for experimentation within those two ingredients. With hundreds of gins on the market and dozens of tonics, a good G&T is a mix-and-match exercise to find the combination that best suits your tastes. London dry gins are characterized by their juniper-forward flavor profile; modern-style gins often dial down the juniper and ramp up the citrus and florals.