Botanical: Lemon

The most common citrus fruit used in gin. Distillers use lemon rind to impart the distinctive, citrus aroma. Native to Asia, the lemon has been known to Europeans since the first century AD; however, European cultivation didn’t become common until the Renaissance period.

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Dorothy Parker Gin

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1897 Quinine Gin

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Bimber London Dry Gin

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Fifty Pounds Gin

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