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Since 1863, five generations of the Hayman family have taken care to preserve the true English style of the gin, ensuring a perfect chain that dates back to the times of the gin boom. Over a century and a half, the family is proud to have distilled true English gins using familiar techniques and elaboration processes that have been passed from generation to generation.
From this family of gin guardians, we offer you Hayman's Old Tom Gin , a glorious example of the select Botanics that this family uses in the elaboration of its distillates. Like all the company's gins, the Old Tom Gin is faithful to its Victorian origins of the XIXth century, something that is perfectly appreciated in the subtle sweetness that makes it one of the true English-style gins.
This distillate is characterized by its aromas of juniper, soft spices, and citrus, with subtle earthy notes. On the palate, it shows rich, round, and deliciously soft, with a vibrant citrus flavor and a sweetness similar to that of sorbets. Its delicate finish and persistent citrus notes are the perfect closure for the experience of trying it.
Description of Hayman's Old Tom Gin
Hayman's Old Tom Gin
- Color: clear and bright.
- Flavour: pleasant notes of lemon with a spicy finish.
- Palate: Intense, smooth, complex, with a slight sweetness end. The aroma is soft and intense, slightly sweet, with strong notes of lemon.
PRODUCER: Family Hayman, whom the birth of this is due gin, has a long tradition in the art of distillation that dates back to 1820 through the work of the chemical and pharmaceutical James Burrogh. Production of drugs, benefits and syrup gin was a great success and it started its activities, carried out with great success by his son and then his niece Marjorie Burrough, flanked by her husband Neville Hayman, creator in 1951 of Beefeater Gin. After countless hits over the family, in 1987 Christopher Hayman James Burrough Ltd. sold founded a small independent family distillery, distillery Hayman, and re-gin in the traditional way.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Old Tom Gin Hayman is produced by the traditional method dating back to the nineteenth century. The distillation is carried out through a broken even in this the plants develop their full potential. Old Tom gin is used as the basis of many historical graces and drinks, the organoleptic properties, it is suitable for each type of mixture.
In 1863, James Burrough purchased the gin company John Taylor and named it after himself. There he produced between others Beefeater Gin. Later, in 1950 Neville Hayman jumped in to help get the meanwhile shrinking business back on track and ensure its survival after WW II. He was married to James' daughter, Marjorie.More about the Winery