Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Gin 1689, a three century-old recipe brought back to life! During the so-called Glorious Revolution of 1688-1689, William of Orange didn’t only chase away the British king, but he also introduced a typical Dutch item to the British island. Genever, soon abbreviated to Dutch gin. Gin soon became very popular among the British population.
Now, 350 years later, the Amsterdam Craft Gin Company relaunches the authentic recipe from that time. Founder Alexander Janssens studied the archives of the British Library to retrieve the original recipe. It took him almost two years to find it. With help from the master distiller Herman Jansen from Schiedam they developed and revived the century-old recipe that conquered the British island in 1689.
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Gin 1689 London Dry
700ml | 42% abv
Gin 1689 is a tribute to the Dutch craftsmanship of over three centuries ago. A beautiful combination of juniper and dried quince and pippin (apple), lemon and orange peel, nutmeg, aniseed and clove.
Gin 1689 'Queen Mary' Pink Gin
700ml | 38.5% abv
Here we have a brilliantly pink expression of Gin 1689! The blushing Dutch gin been dubbed The Queen Mary Edition, named after the wife of King William of Orange the Third. It’s based on the authentic Gin 1689 recipe where strawberries and raspberries are added to the distillation process, giving the spirit a pink hue as well as fruity flavour. The recipe is even printed on the back of the bottle! The 320 year old recipe also recommends to drink the gin garnished with strawberries and raspberries, and who are we to argue with history?