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You want to drink an Old Tom gin in the way it should have been made historically.
Much like its sister Bermondsey Dry Gin, the Old Tom is a faithful recreation of an original recipe that founder Christian Jensen sourced from a historical 1840s distillers handbook. The term Old Tom commonly refers to a style of gin prior to the rise in popularity of the classic London dry gin - traditionally, Old Tom gins were sweetened but the Jensen's is not. It's a rooty, intensely complex spirit that gives you musk and spice on the nose with apparent sweetness but followed by a dry palate, with the unmistaken hit of juniper.
Bermondsey Distillery (United Kingdom)
700ml 43% ABV
Drink it in:
A Martinez or a Negroni