London Dry
made with British Gin

Distilled in England
10%vol / 700ml
FREE UK DELIVERY
Description

LONDON DRY is perfect for those who love a G&T. It's full of flavour but at 10% ABV it means you can enjoy the same ritual and taste but just with less alcohol. The unique combination of botanicals are steeped for 24 hours, then distilled, capturing the essential oils and big flavours. Before being masterfully blended with natural flavours to boost the character and provide a long refreshing finish at just 10%.

Taste

Upfront Juniper berry, authentic woody juniper with more of a floral berry coming through the mid palate, coriander seed in the middle, finishing with herbaceous backnotes.

Nose: Dry berry with aromatic juniper fruit, herby notes, citrussy coriander seed, an all round freshness.

Serve

Simply serve 50ml chilled over ice with 150ml premium Indian Tonic and a lemon slice. 2.3% ABV.

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REVIEWS

"Brilliant G&T had with Decem - on a blind tasting, better than the alternative full strength gin."
"The Decem London Dry tasted like a sophisticated G&T alternative. Perfect for those early evenings when I want a lighter buzz!"
"Really enjoyed the light, refreshing and surprisingly fragrant taste without needing to add any garnish, yummmm :))"
"A great tasting, low alcohol alternative! I got the London Dry and will definitely be ordering in the future."
"Amazed at the flavour you can get from a lower alcohol gin. Beautiful bottle too."
"Amazing flavours in the London Dry and all packaged in a beautiful bottle. Excited to try the other drinks in the range."
"Great tasting drink will definitely be buying again. The drink is so flavoursome with tonic, ice and slice."
Our Botanicals
    Juniper Berries Coriander Angelica Lemon Peel Orange Peel Burdock Root Gentian Root Fennel Wormwood Orris Root
    01
    Juniper Berries
    Juniperus Communis - The berries are in fact not berries at all but pine cones of the female tree! The classic and must have gin ingredient - piney, floral and woody. An unmistakable flavour and smell.
    02
    Coriander
    Coriandrum Sativum - Not the fresh leaves that some can eat and taste soap, but the dried fruits - coriander seeds. Giving a nutty, warm, spicy and lemony citrus flavour. Evidence suggests that coriander has been cultivated since at least the second millennium BC!
    03
    Angelica
    Angelica Archangelica - The root, once distilled gives a wonderful earthy flavour. Slightly bitter with herbal tones it has a real aromatic characteristic and works in perfect harmony with juniper and coriander. The triumpervate.
    04
    Lemon Peel
    Citrus Limon - The taste is tart, but fresh and quite delicious, though its flavour is frontloaded and doesn’t linger on the palate. The oils contained in the peel have a higher citral and limonene content than the juice itself giving a stronger “lemon” flavour.
    05
    Orange Peel
    Citrus Sinensis - The word orange derives from the Sanskrit word for "orange tree". Just like lemons, the flavours in the peel are at their most concentrated especially once dried. Using sweet oranges, adds a sharp, tangy quality but with lovely underlying sweetness.
    06
    Burdock Root
    Arctium Lappa Radix Bardanae - Traditionally used in Britain as a flavouring in the herbal drink “dandelion and burdock” it belongs to the sunflower family. A pungent flavour but one that is very crisp, sweet and mild.
    07
    Gentian Root
    Gentianaceae - The name is a tribute to Gentius, an Illyrian king, who may have been the discoverer of its tonic properties. Complex and aromatic with notes of bittersweet herbs and subtle accents of vanilla, candied orange and spice with a delicately bitter finish.
    08
    Fennel
    Foeniculum Vulgare - Similar in flavour to licorice or anise, fennel has a fresh and earthy taste which adds a real savoury depth to the more bitter botanicals.
    09
    Wormwood
    Artemisia Absinthium - A herbaceous perennial plant with fibrous roots, as it’s Latin names suggests is the main flavouring behind the Green Fairy! The classic anise bitter.
    10
    Orris Root
    Rhizoma Iridis - Once distilled it retains its floral notes, but develops a distinct earthy and woody flavour which lingers long in the mouth before a sweet finish. It had the common name of Queen Elizabeth Root because of its historical use for feminine power, love and as a divination pendulum!
    01 Juniperus Communis - The berries are in fact not berries at all but pine cones of the female tree! The classic and must have gin ingredient - piney, floral and woody. An unmistakable flavour and smell.
    02 Coriandrum Sativum - Not the fresh leaves that some can eat and taste soap, but the dried fruits - coriander seeds. Giving a nutty, warm, spicy and lemony citrus flavour. Evidence suggests that coriander has been cultivated since at least the second millennium BC!
    03 Angelica Archangelica - The root, once distilled gives a wonderful earthy flavour. Slightly bitter with herbal tones it has a real aromatic characteristic and works in perfect harmony with juniper and coriander. The triumpervate.
    04 Citrus Limon - The taste is tart, but fresh and quite delicious, though its flavour is frontloaded and doesn’t linger on the palate. The oils contained in the peel have a higher citral and limonene content than the juice itself giving a stronger “lemon” flavour.
    05 Citrus Sinensis - The word orange derives from the Sanskrit word for "orange tree". Just like lemons, the flavours in the peel are at their most concentrated especially once dried. Using sweet oranges, adds a sharp, tangy quality but with lovely underlying sweetness.
    06 Arctium Lappa Radix Bardanae - Traditionally used in Britain as a flavouring in the herbal drink “dandelion and burdock” it belongs to the sunflower family. A pungent flavour but one that is very crisp, sweet and mild.
    07 Gentianaceae - The name is a tribute to Gentius, an Illyrian king, who may have been the discoverer of its tonic properties. Complex and aromatic with notes of bittersweet herbs and subtle accents of vanilla, candied orange and spice with a delicately bitter finish.
    08 Foeniculum Vulgare - Similar in flavour to licorice or anise, fennel has a fresh and earthy taste which adds a real savoury depth to the more bitter botanicals.
    09 Artemisia Absinthium - A herbaceous perennial plant with fibrous roots, as it’s Latin names suggests is the main flavouring behind the Green Fairy! The classic anise bitter.
    10 Rhizoma Iridis - Once distilled it retains its floral notes, but develops a distinct earthy and woody flavour which lingers long in the mouth before a sweet finish. It had the common name of Queen Elizabeth Root because of its historical use for feminine power, love and as a divination pendulum!

    Fancy a Drink?

    Gimlet - Makes 2

    120ml Decem London Dry
    60ml Lime juice
    40ml sugar syrup
    2 Lime wheels

    Make the sugar syrup by heating equal parts of sugar and water until dissolved, allow to cool before using. Add the DECEM London Dry, lime juice and sugar syrup to the shaker top with ice, and shake well. Strain into the coupe glasses and garnish each with a lime wheel.

    <p>Gimlet</p>
    Tom Collins - Makes 2

    100ml Decem London Dry
    50ml lemon juice
    50ml sugar syrup
    250ml soda water
    2 lemon slices

    Make the sugar syrup by heating equal parts of sugar and water until dissolved, allow to cool before using. Fill the highball glasses with ice and build the drink in each, starting with the DECEM London Dry followed by the lemon juice and sugar syrup stir well and top up with the soda water. Garnish with a slice of lemon and a cherry.

    <p>Tom Collins</p>
    Dirty Martini - Makes 2

    150ml Decem London Dry
    25ml Dry white vermouth
    50ml Olive brine
    4 olives

    Fill the shaker with ice, add the DECEM London Dry, vermouth and olive brine stir well until the liquid is well chilled. Strain into the martini glasses and garnish each with 2 olives on a cocktail stick.

    <p>Dirty Martini</p>
    Complex flavours for easy drinking

    How we socialise together is changing rapidly. Alcohol is a beautifully, functional elixir but (like most of us know already) too much of it is never a good thing. DECEM is designed to be enjoyed anytime, as a lighter alcohol option which means you can keep the conversations flowing late into the night.

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