King William Blood Orange British Luxury Flavoured Gin, 1 x 70 cl

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King William Blood Orange British Luxury Flavoured Gin, 1 x 70 cl

King William Blood Orange British Luxury Flavoured Gin, 1 x 70 cl

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You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. Anti-sectarianism charity, Nil by Mouth, told members the historical monarch was an important figure on both sides of the Irish Sea and closely associated with Protestantism. However, it has already proven too sour for some with a member of the public complaining to the Portman Group’s Independent Complaint Panel (ICP) that the labelling played to “sectarian elements” in western Scotland and in Northern Ireland. Naturally, with King William being such a prominent figure in the world of gin, we thought someone must have done a King William gin because it’s such an obvious thing to do.

A local cure came from the bark of the chinchona or ‘fever’ tree, which contained the notoriously bitter quinine. We launched King William Gin after finding out he liberalised the manufacture of Gin in the UK with his first act of Parliament in 1690. These tended to be large scale operations and there were only a few of them, most being situated in greater London and represented by the Worshipful Company of Distillers. The poorest people began drinking more gin less responsibly, meanwhile, royalty and high society sipped tamely as more of a fashion statement than an emotional or psychological release. Few records survive from this period and the first written proof that Bols distilled juniper is a 1664 record of Bols purchasing juniper berries.

In overseas British saffron growing colonies, gin was added to a mixture of quinine and carbonated water to take away the bitter taste of this anti-malarial medicine.

Fortuitously, the new act also helped English farmers who by selling surplus grain to the distillers were able to pay higher rents to the landowners, who dominated both houses of Parliament and whose support the king needed for his war. MD of Gravity Drinks, Matthew Maslin said: “When King William ascended to the throne in 1689, one of the first things he wanted to do was to raise money for future wars against the French and other European powers. A BRAND YOU CAN TRUST - The team at King William Gin have dedicated the last two years to produce our first flavoured premium gin worthy of King William’s regal seal of approval.Jenever also known as genièvre, genever, peket, or in the English-speaking world as Dutch gin or Hollands is the juniper-flavored national and traditional liquor of the Netherlands and Belgium, from which gin evolved. Founder Alexander Janssens studied the archives of the British Library to retrieve the original recipe. We also treat our community members to special offers, promotions, and adverts from us and our partners.

They mention that it's an excellent product, the bottle looks nice and that it tastes like the best gin around. When the Gin launched we received a little bit of stick but we took it as it seemed to be intended, which was light-hearted, but if they don’t like us, we don’t care. Their royal connections secured a Royal Charter issued by Charles I giving the Company exclusive rights to distil grain within the City's of London and Westminster, and 21 miles around them.Distilled five times to give exceptional purity our distiller has developed this blood orange gin with our chosen recipe of botanicals which include coriander, angelica, lime, cassia and nutmeg. uk accepts no liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about products by manufacturers or other third parties.



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