Who’s behind Greenall’s London Dry Gin?

Joanne Moore, is the current Master Distiller at G&J Distillers and was the World’s First Female Master Gin Distiller. She is credited with launching 3 new gins since she became Master Distiller in 2006 – BLOOM Gin, Opihr Oriental Spiced Gin and Berkeley Square London Dry Gin, as well as being custodian of award winning Greenall’s The Original London Dry Gin. She was made Warden Rectifier of The Gin Guild two weeks ago.
British Summer Craft Spirits and Cocktail Guide - Greenall's London Dry Gin

Where did it all start?

Greenall’s The Original London Dry Gin has been distilled by England’s oldest gin distillers for more than 250 years.  Greenall’s is recognised as the original London Dry Gin – first produced in 1761, by Thomas Dakin, the forefather of quality gin.

What sets Greenall’s London Dry Gin apart?

From its origins in Warrington in Cheshire, Greenall’s continues to be distilled using the same secret recipe which has been handed down through only seven master distillers. Joanne Moore, the world’s first female Gin Master Distiller, uses eight unique botanicals to produce a classic London Dry gin with rich juniper notes, balanced with mature citrus and spice.

British Summer Craft Spirits and Cocktail Guide - Greenall's London Dry Gin

The Awards

Greenall’s Gin has won three Gold medals and ten Silver medals, as well as receiving a Great Value Award in 2014 for being one of the finest spirits within its price point.

Serving Suggestions:

Best served as a classic G&T with a wedge of lime or as a versatile cocktail ingredient.

British Summer Craft Spirits and Cocktail Guide - Greenall's London Dry Gin

Greenall’s Gin Fizz

100ml Greenall’s Original London Dry Gin
50ml freshly-squeezed lemon juice
40ml gomme (sugar syrup)
Soda water

Method

Shake all the ingredients with ice and strain into an ice-filled tall glass, top up with soda water. Garnish with a lemon slice and mint sprig.

Where can I find out more about Greenall’s London Dry Gin?

www.greenallsgin.com