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.

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1878 - the year the first Army Navy Rugby match was held. The Navy won that day at the Kennington Oval, London, and ignited an annual sporting rivalry that continues to this day. 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. We are proud to be created and crafted in the fields of Rugby and to show our appreciation to the men, women and animals of our armed forces. So, raise a glass to them, and to the spirit of the game.

OUR 12 BRITISH SOURCED BOTANICALS

JUNIPER

CORIANDER

ORRIS ROOT

CARDAMOM

ANGELICA ROOT

ORANGE PEEL

CUBEB

CHAMOMILE

LIQUORICE

GRAINS OF PARADISE

GRAPEFRUIT ZEST

ROSEMARY

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