The name comes from the time of George II and the 1736 Gin Act, when a 50 pound tax was levied on those wishing to produce and sell gin. Only two distilleries agreed to pay the tax!
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First made in 1820 by James Burroughs. It is still, to this day, made to the same recipe. This is a spiced, fruity gin.
Rich and earthy at first, with mellow vanilla and orange wafting though and bringing sweetness. Plenty of drying pine notes in support, bolstered by a spicy kick of coriander seed.
Copperhead is a Belgian gin based on five botanicals – juniper, cardamom, orange peel, angelica and coriander.
Vibrant, juicy orange notes burst forth, with well-rounded earthy juniper and cool, refreshing hints of mint. Chewy fruit sweets and coriander coming through clear.