The original London Dry Gin reveals new bottle design

Greenall’s The Original London Dry Gin has launched a new bottle design and packaging to reflect the heritage, craftsmanship and quality of the original gin, created in 1761.

The new bottle design is an evolution of the current bottle and was inspired by gin bottles used in the 1700s found in the distillery archives, with the introduction of premium embossing etched on the bottle, including the year ‘1761’ and the brand name.

The Union Jack stitching on the back and the inclusion of the Union Jack flag in full colour on the front label, reflect the gin’s British heritage and the 100% British wheat used in the production of Greenall’s.

The award-winning, classic juniper-led gin inside the bottle remains unchanged and it continues to be handcrafted at G&J Distillers, England’s oldest gin distillers, to the original recipe.

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