Plymouth Gin, as the name suggests, originates from the historic coastal city of Plymouth in Devon, England. It has a rich heritage that dates back over 200 years, making it one of the oldest and most respected gin brands in the world.
Plymouth Gin is classified as a style of gin known as “Plymouth Gin,” which is recognized as its own distinct category. This style is characterized by its unique flavor profile and production methods, setting it apart from other gins.
The defining feature of Plymouth Gin is its smooth and balanced taste. It is crafted using a carefully selected blend of seven botanicals, including juniper berries, coriander seeds, orange peel, lemon peel, angelica root, cardamom, and orris root. These botanicals are carefully infused and distilled in a copper pot still, resulting in a gin with a refined and nuanced flavor profile.