A New Take on the Old
Crabbie’s – a name synonymous with ginger beer – also has a long history of whisky and gin distilling. Celebrating this, they’ve launched the moniker ‘1837’ – the year that gin making was first referenced in the Crabbie’s archive. Based upon an original recipe, the new gin has a strong balance of sweet and spice. That special taste is then enhanced by the unusual addition of sea salt, which gives the gin a more rounded finish. With a piney, juniper, deep zesty orange marmalade and dry spice taste this is a 43% ABV gin that offers a whole new drinking experience.