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Hammer & Son

Geranium, London Dry gin, owes its name to the presence of essential oils extracted from the Geranium plant. The botanical herbs are macerated for 48 hours in the best neutral grain alcohol and distilled in an over 100-year-old still. Final result of a floral gin, delicate with exotic and persistent notes.

This gin is produced from an ancient recipe from 1783 (contains 11 botanicals) presented in an old champagne bottle that was in common use in England at the time. Notes of musk, hazelnut, wood, angelica, round, long in the finish with slight notes of pepper.