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Victorian gin-making makes a comeback

Gin Lane 1751, just launched in the UK, is a new gin brand created in celebration of the Victorian gin-making era. It comprises four classic styles: a London Dry (40% ABV); London Dry Royal Strength (47% ABV); Victoria Pink Gin (40% ABV); and an Old Tom Gin (40% ABV). Created by the Bloomsbury Club, a group of drinks industry professionals, the gins are positioned as 'gin for gin-lovers'. Gin Lane 1751 has been named to mark the Gin Act 1751 as well as Hogarth's iconic depiction of Gin Lane. The retail price is £26.99. 


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