No. 3 London Dry Gin

No. 3 London Dry Gin

No. 3 London Dry Gin

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Introducing No. 3 London Dry Gin – a timeless classic crafted with precision and passion. Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of gin-making as you savor the exceptional quality and distinctive character that define No. 3.

Derived from a meticulous selection of botanicals, No. 3 London Dry Gin captures the essence of traditional London Dry style with a contemporary twist. Juniper berries, angelica root, coriander seeds, and citrus peel harmoniously blend to create a symphony of flavors that dance on your palate.

The craftsmanship of No. 3 is evident from the moment you lay eyes on the iconic, proprietary black bottle, designed to reflect the heritage and craftsmanship encapsulated within. With a nod to the address of the renowned Gin Palace, No. 3 St James's Street, this gin pays homage to a history rooted in London's vibrant gin culture.

As you uncork the bottle, the aromatic symphony unfolds, releasing a captivating bouquet that sets the stage for an unparalleled drinking experience. On the palate, No. 3 London Dry Gin delivers a perfect balance of crisp juniper, zesty citrus, and subtle spice, culminating in a smooth, enduring finish.

Whether enjoyed in a classic cocktail or sipped neat, No. 3 London Dry Gin elevates every moment. It's the gin connoisseur's choice, an embodiment of tradition, and a testament to the artistry of master distillers. Indulge in the sophistication of No. 3, where tradition meets innovation in every exquisite sip. Elevate your gin experience with No. 3 London Dry Gin – where heritage, flavor, and craftsmanship converge in a bottle.

Clear and pristine, No. 3 London Dry Gin possesses a crystal-clear transparency that hints at the purity within. When poured, it sparkles in the glass, reflecting the artistry and craftsmanship infused into every drop.

The aromatic journey begins with a bold juniper presence, setting the stage for a classic London Dry experience. As you delve deeper, subtle hints of citrus peel emerge, adding a zesty brightness to the bouquet. Delicate floral undertones and a whisper of spice round out the olfactory profile, creating an inviting and complex aroma.

On the palate, No. 3 London Dry Gin unfolds with an impeccable balance. Juniper takes center stage, delivering a crisp and invigorating foundation. The citrus notes, reminiscent of fresh orange and lemon zest, dance alongside, imparting a lively and vibrant character. Mid-palate, the angelica root contributes a subtle earthiness, while coriander seeds introduce a nuanced spiciness that adds depth to the overall flavor profile.

The finish is exceptionally smooth and enduring, a testament to the gin's impeccable distillation. The juniper lingers, accompanied by a gentle warmth that invites contemplation. A touch of citrus remains, leaving a clean and refreshing impression that beckons another sip.

No. 3 refers to the address in St James' Street, London, the home of wine and spirit merchants, Berry Bros. & Rudd since 1698. The inspiration for the key on the bottle came when the packaging designers were rummaging through the shop and found the key to The Parlour, one of the shop's oldest rooms.
London dry gin is made from a base spirit, which is normally made from fermented and distilled wheat or barley but could also be made from grape or potato. The base spirit is flavoured with juniper (the key ingredient to any gin) and a mixture of other plants, herbs, fruits, nuts, spices and roots.No. 3 is the London Dry Gin distilled to a proprietary recipe of Berry Bros. & Rudd, London's oldest wine and spirit merchant. The name No. 3 refers to the address in St James's Street, London: our home since 1698.
Berry Bros. & Rudd is London's oldest wine and spirits merchant with over 300 years of experience and tradition to draw on. Use this expertise and a team of spirits experts they created No. 3 London Dry Gin.
The most traditional and still the most common method for gin distillation. A mix of juniper and other botanicals is steeped in neutral spirit which has been reduced in strength with water (normally to approx. 50% alc./vol.).
A Dutch physician who went by the name of Franciscus Sylvius is thought to be the 'inventor' of gin having started prescribing a juniper-based distilled spirit for medicinal purposes in 1550.

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