Last night (Tuesday December 3), I attended a tasting of Balblair vintages. We tasted five whiskies, 2003, 1997, 1990, 1983 and 1969, prefaced by a glass of Balblair’s base spirit.
The 57% above gin was first made in 1793.
Maria Pribble, senior brand manager, Plymouth Gin, Pernod Ricard USA said: “There is a strong tradition behind our Navy Strength Gin and we’re excited to share the exceptional taste as well as the esteemed history with gin aficionados and cocktail connoisseurs alike.
“The rich and balanced taste of our Navy Strength Gin adds a distinct new flavor to traditional martinis and gin and tonics and is perfect for the demands of today's more adventurous consumers and mixologists.”
Plymouth Navy Strength Gin (57% abv/114 proof) will be available in 750ml and is to retail for a suggested price of $34.99.