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Hayman's Royal Dock of Deptford Navy Strength Gin (700ml)
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- ABV 57%
Christopher Hayman joined James Burrough Limited in 1969 and was responsible for the distillation and production of Beefeater until 1987. He has since founded his own project to perfect and promote all things gin under his own label. Christopher's son, James became part of Hayman Distillers in 2004 and the venture has grown considerably with new products and exports to over 30 countries. The latest addition is full-throttle Navy Strength expression.The gin is based on the same style that was supplied to both the Royal Navy and trade from 1863. It was delivered to the Royal Dock in Deptford in South London on the River Thames. The dock was established in 1513 by Henry VIII. It was the largest of the Navy’s Food and Drinks headquarters with London being the largest port in England and other smaller ports in Gosport and Plymouth. Gin along with Rum was an essential part of the cargo. At 57% ABV, this is bottled at the strength required to ignite gunpowder if gin was spilt on it! We recommend you enjoy it in a Gimlet, Martini, Pink Lady or Aviation. Tasting note: Mildly prickly, piercing aromas of white pepper, intense dried juniper followed by lemon peel, dried coriander and late suggestions of tarragon. Huge, with an explosion of creamy juniper, pine needle, tongue tingling pepper and coriander seed. Concludes clean, tingly, warming with the alcohol carrying the flavours at length. Creamy-yet-fresh aftertaste. A massive statement in the juniper-forward London Dry genre. 57% Alc./Vol.