There are many London Dry Gins, but there is only one Plymouth Gin.
Truly unique in many ways, with an unusual past full of fascinating twists and turns, these are the characteristics that led Plymouth Gin to where it is today.
Plymouth Gin’s home since 1783 has been in the historic Distillery in Plymouth, the oldest working gin distillery in England.
This remarkable gin has been repeatedly recognised for its high quality, unique smoothness and outstanding drinkability.
The British Navy commended it with royal warrants and the gin was awarded a medal from the 1884 International Health Exhibition in London.
Today Plymouth Gin continues to collect awards due to its tenacious adherence to quality and since the beginning of the 20th Century has been the choice of bartenders and mixologists around the globe.
The range includes Plymouth Gin Original, Plymouth Gin Navy Strength and Plymouth Gin Sloe Gin.
PLYMOUTH GIN MAKES FOR THE ULTIMATE CLASSIC MARTINI
In 1904 Plymouth Gin was named in the original Dry Martini recipe, and we are still a clear favourite for the “world’s most famous” cocktail according to the New York Times.
A HARDY DISTILLERY
Our beloved distillery was previously a monastery and dates back to the 14th century, but it was in 1793 when the building found its true calling. Since then it has distilled every drop of Plymouth Gin and survived it all. Even a bomb in WWII.
AN UNCONVENTIONAL MASTER DISTILLER
Master Distiller Sean Harrison is one of a kind. Previously a Royal Navy Officer, Sean fell in love with the town of Plymouth and was looking to stay. Overnight he changed careers and spent more than 20 years perfecting his craft. Today he is one of most experienced Master Distillers in the UK.
A LITTLE GEM AMONGST BARTENDERS
Plymouth Gin has a unique style — an extremely smooth taste and a long, elegant and aromatic finish. Our gin is a bartender’s favourite and the most referenced gin in the very first edition of the Savoy Cocktail book.