1878 NAVY STRENGTH GIN
70CL | 57% ABV | 28 UNITS
Navy Strength is our fuller-bodied dry gin. The botanicals are identical to our 1823 Dry Gin but is stronger in both flavour and alcohol content. Its heightened elements and flavours make it the perfect gin for a Negroni Cocktail or any other gin based cocktail.
£17.00 – £42.00
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