Beefeater My London70cl
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This limited edition of Beefeater has a very special design, created by Londoners themselves. The bottle, in fact, is decorated with thousands of photographs that the citizens of the City have sent to Beefeater to describe their London, the one they live every day. My London pays tribute to the British capital and its varied, dynamic and ever-changing culture. The photographs, moreover, are arranged in mosaic, so as to draw the silhouette of the figure that characterizes the brand, the guardian of the Tower of London (called Beefeater).
Elaborated with 9 natural botanicals, the London Dry Gin Beefeater is now one of the best-selling and most sought-after gin on the market. The recipe has remained the same as James Burrough's in 1863, although only one person in the world knows it, the Master Distiller of the distillery.
Description of Beefeater My London
Beefeater My London
- Colour: Transparent.
- Aroma: Vegetable and herbaceous aromas, with citrus touches.
- Taste: Soft, with flavors of juniper and citric notes of grapefruit. The finish is dry, long and delicately sweet and sour.
Its founder, James Burrough, started producing spirits in 1863, when he bought the Chelsea distillery, in operation since 1820. Today, Beefeater has become one of the most awarded gin in the world and its original recipe has been maintained over time.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Its original secret recipe involves the careful selection and distillation of nine natural ingredients. Among the botanicals used: juniper, almond, lemon peel, Seville orange peel, angelica root, iris root, licorice, coriander and angelica seeds.
Beefeater is a brand of English gin produced by James Burrough Ltd and distributed by the French company Pernod Ricard. It is one of the last gin still produced in the city of London. The distillery's headquarters is located at 20 Montford Place, in the Kennington district, and covers about 9,000 square metres between offices, warehouses and production sites. The distillery houses five Carter-Head bronze stills, still used today in the production of gin.More about the Producer