Named after Thomas Dakin, a gin producer from the 18th century, this gin is made with 11 botanicals including juniper, orange peel, English coriander, angelica, cubeb pepper, liquorice, and red Cole, a type of horseradish. Thomas Dakin made gin back in Warrington in the 18th Century, and were early adopters of the continuous still, so quality was always at the forefront of what they did. It is currently being made by Greenalls. You get a nutty, rooty nose from the angelica, with coriander and juniper pine. The dry palate comes with lots of coriander and pepper and hints of green apple and pear. The finish is long and spiced. Great in a Red Snapper. We would recommend East Imperial Burma Tonic, garnished with Orange and Coriander leaf for a great G&T.