The first Old Tom to be produced since the days of Prohibition (you know, that movement that tried to stop people from drinking, but utterly failed). Made in collaboration with drinks historian David Wonderich, this Old Tom has won several awards. Using just 6 botanicals and a base of malted barley for a subtle malty sweetness, this is a gin for the cocktail geeks at home. Think classic cocktails such as the Martinez, Negroni, Tom Collins or even a Gin and Tonic. Juniper and orange on the offset, then moving into the spice of cardamom and angelica. This is all apparent on the palate as well, but more refined, and with the subtle malty sweetness coming through. A long elegant finish with a touch of smoke and orange peels. We would recommend East Imperial Yuzu Tonic, garnished with Orange for a great G&T.