70cl. 43% vol.
- In the year of his death, John Crabbie created a barrel aged Old Tom Gin. This Crabbie's 1891 Old Tom Gin has been faithfully re-produced from the original recipe found in the Archives.
- Barrel ageing in oak casks adds an earthy wood spice to the Old Tom Gin making it exceptionally smooth, rich and flavourful. A wonderful mix of juniper, coriander, angelica, orris, liquorice root, celery seeds, grains of paradise, orange peel, barrel coriander, and barrel angelica.
Aroma: Zesty citrus bursts onto the nose, dry cinnamon and coriander spice with a touch of sweet wood notes.
Taste: Dry juniper is balanced with sweet orange and sherry notes, bitter tannins from the wood mingle with fragrant spices.
Finish: Sweet aromatic spice continues on the palate with tangy orange and coriander that linger on the finish.
Fill a glass with ice and pour over 1 measure of Crabbie’s 1891 Old Tom Gin and top up with tonic. Garnish with a slice of orange.