- London gin
- Alcohol of agricultural origin (if used)
LONDON GIN (37.5%)Nutrition information
62 Kcal / serve30ml 257 kJ
207 Kcal / 100ml 858 kJ
|LONDON GIN 37.5% vol.||30ml Per serving size||100ml|
/ 257 kJ
/ 858 kJ
London gin is a type of distilled gin made from alcohol of agricultural origin (specially produced to tight analytical parameters) and whose flavour is exclusively from re-distillation of the alcohol in the presence of the juniper berries and all the other natural plant materials. The resultant distillate, which must have a predominant taste of juniper, needs to have a strength of not less than 70% vol..
If any further alcohol of agricultural origin is added, it must meet the same purity criteria as the alcohol used in the initial distillation. Added sweetening is limited to no more than 0.1g per litre and the use of colours and any other ingredients (other than water) is prohibited. The name London gin may be supplemented by the term ‘dry’.
London gin sold to consumers has a minimum alcoholic strength of 37.5% vol..
The addition of flavours, colour, sweetening (above 0.1g / litre) or any other ingredients.