Plymouth will not need an introduction to long-time gin drinkers, but those of you who are less familiar with the category might need a primer on this legendary name. First, a little background. Plymouth is not only a brand name, but also a specific style of gin. Plymouth Distillery is the only house that make this style of gin and it is located in the town of… you guessed it: Plymouth, England. It is softer on the nose and palate than a traditional London dry gin and is less juniper-driven. It has a nice dose of citrus along with subtle floral notes. It coats your mouth very elegantly and has a slightly oily touch. Sure, it mixes well with everything, but this beauty deserves a martini. 3 oz. stirred with a splash of Cocchi Americano and a lemon peel twist.
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