Fifty Pounds Gin is a gin category 'super premium'. His recipe has remained hidden and unpublished for several generations of a family of distillers London. His name is because in 1736 King George II of England imposed an annual rate of 50 pounds (Fifty Pounds) to regulate the distillation of gin: only two people paid the fee as exorbitant. The recipe combines eleven botanicals, among them berries Montes of Croatia; Coriander seeds Middle East; Grain of Paradise Gulf of Guinea; Lemon peel and orange Spain; Savory of France; Angelica, licorice root and three other components absolutely secret.
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