Gordon's gin, one of the world's most beloved gins, has been shaking up the spirits scene since 1769. With its iconic green bottle and balance of juniper and other botanicals, it's no surprise that Gordon's gin is a staple in bars and homes around the world. But, have you ever wondered about the alcohol content in Gordon's gin? Well, buckle up, because we're about to spill the tea.
The Gordon's story
Gordon's gin is the OG of the gin game. Its been shaking up the spirits scene since 1769, when it was first distilled by the one and only Alexander Gordon. This London-based distiller was on a mission to create a gin so good that if you fast forward a couple of centuries, Gordon's gin is still one of the classics.
How do they do it, you ask? By sticking to their roots and using the same botanicals as the original recipe - juniper berries, coriander seeds, angelica root, and a few other secret ingredients that make this gin so special.
The Alcohol Content in Gordon's Gin
Gordon's gin is a gin that means business. With an alcohol content of 37.5% Alcohol by Volume (ABV), or 75 proof, it's a gin that won't shy away from a strong alcohol punch.
What if you want a gin laden with flavour but not the alcohol?
You know what they say, "Too much of a good thing can be a bad thing." And, when it comes to alcohol, honey, it's no different.
Consuming alcohol in excessive amounts can be harmful to your health and well-being. If you choose to drink this gin or any other alcohol, please do so in moderation and never drink and drive.
If you're looking for a non-alcoholic alternative, try Awesome Source's non-alcoholic gin and tonics. We offer a delicious and mindful way to enjoy the flavours of gin without the alcohol. Some say it tastes better than the real thing. And we won't argue with that.