Classic juniper combines with citrus and floral notes, creating a citrus-forward, clean, light, and dry palate. Each sip finishes intense but smoothly, with lingering orange/citrus notes.
During distillation, gin’s flavor is introduced to the alcohol when it is in a vaporous form and made to pass through a "filter" of juniper berries, herbs and spices.
Distinct juniper and citrus notes make Gilbey's a staple for cocktails like the classic martini and gin and tonic, or serve it with fruit juice or fruit soda for a fun and refreshing beverage.
The famous recipe for Gilbey’s Gin was born in nineteenth century England. It became such a popular gin throughout the world that a license to produce it in the United States was granted in 1938.