Gin

  Gin can be made from any spirit alcohol which meets the requirements of original (agricultural) strength (at least 96% alcohol by volume - ABV) and purity. The finest base for this 'neutral' spirit is either grain (normally barley and maize) or molasses and has no flavour at all. The flavouring ingredients are all natural and are referred to as 'botanicals'. The type and quantity of each producer's botanicals vary according to their own closely guarded recipes; all are carefully selected and tested for purity and quality. All gins include juniper as an ingredient: other botanicals used are coriander, angelica, orange peel, lemon peel, cardomom, cinnamon, grains of paradise, cubeb berries and nutmeg. Typically a fine gin contains six to ten botanicals.
   

McCormick Extra Dry Gin

Recently noted in Impact Magazine as the 10th Best Selling Gin in American. Available at 42, 80, 90 proof. McCormick is one of America's most respected spirit companies and owner of one of its oldest distilleries, operating since 1865 in Weston Missouri. It's dedication to the art of distilling comes across in the best tasting spirits at friendly pricing.

Alcohol proof: 40 - 45 - 21 alc.
Bottle: Glass and PET
Bottle sizes: 1.75L, 1.0L, 750ml.

 
    Cambridge

From the serene countryside of Cambridge comes the finest tasting London Dry Style Gin.

Alcohol proof: 40 alc.
Bottle: Glass and PET
Bottle sizes: 1.75L, 1.0L, 750ml, 375ml, 200ml.
Cambridge Gin was poured on Asia's Number One Airline Cathy Pacific as well as Dragon Air.

Additional comments: A true London Dry Style Gin with hints of lemon, juniper and fruits on the taste.