Cadenhead's Old Raj Red Label 92 Proof Dry Gin  Front Bottle Shot
Cadenhead's Old Raj Red Label 92 Proof Dry Gin  Front Bottle Shot

    Cadenhead's Old Raj Red Label 92 Proof Dry Gin

    Gin from England
      750ML / 46% ABV
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      750ML / 46% ABV

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      This pale straw-colored gin charges up the nostrils with juniper aromas leading the way, citrus zest following, and a wonderful mélange of nuts and spices bringing up the rear. The body is big, and the ultradry palate is almost identical to the nose, but here, the flavors are so well integrated that subtlety seems to be the name of the game, and a softness develops in the backdrop. The finish is crisp, clean and very dry.

      Proof: 92

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      The firm of William Cadenhead Limited, Wine and Spirit Merchants, was founded in 1842 and was in the ownership of the same family until it was taken over by the well known Campbeltown firm of J & A Mitchell & Co. Ltd who own Springbank Distillery. The premises were in Netherkirkgate in Aberdeen and although the street numbers were changed from time to time the premises were the same and indeed were almost unaltered during their 130 years of trading in Aberdeen.

      It was at what subsequently became number 47 that Mr. George Duncan established himself as a Vinter and as a distillery agent. There business prospered and in a little over ten years he was joined by his brother-in-law Mr William Cadenhead.

      Cadenhead acquired the business in 1858 and, as was common at the time, he changed the trading name to that of his own. While not a lot is known about Duncan, there is a great deal more on the record about Mr William Cadenhead. Not because of his distinction as a vintner but because he was, throughout the Victorian era, a local poet of renown. Cadenhead, the son of a veneer sawyer, was born in 1819. He began work at an early age in a small thread factory belonging to a well-known citizen called “Jonny” Garrow. Garrow thought so highly of young Cadenhead that when he gave up the business in Aberdeen to join a firm in Liverpool he arranged for Cadenhead to join him there.

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      Enjoying an enthusiastic resurgence in modern cocktail culture, Gin, a.k.a. ‘Dutch Courage,’ was originally touted as a 16th century cure for cowardice and stomach ailments. Arguably the broadest and most dynamic category of spirits in terms of flavor profiles and production styles, Gin is a distilled grain spirit that derives its primary flavor from juniper berries and secondary flavors from a dazzling array of spices, herbs, fruits and botanicals. It is both produced and enjoyed all around the world and is most commonly mixed into cocktails such as the Martini or simply added to tonic water.

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