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King William Blood Orange British Luxury Flavoured Gin, 1 x 70 cl

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In 1702, William III was succeeded by Queen Anne who earned the nickname 'Brandy Nan' due to her penchant for drinking brandy mixed with cold tea dispensed from an apparently innocent tea pot. But the panel was not convinced and said it thought the Battle of Boyne was a more significant event describing it as a “turning point” in relation to sectarianism.

A BRAND YOU CAN TRUST - The team at King William Gin have dedicated the last two years to produce our first flavoured premium gin worthy of King William’s regal seal of approval.

The spokesman said the situation had "nothing to do with King William's associations or anything like that". Hundreds of back street distilleries sprung up and within a generation London's slum dwellers were drowning themselves with gin. Largely successful, the Gin Act 1751 was passed later that year and the Gin Craze finally began to wane. We’ve since had a lot of positive feedback on our gin from areas within Scotland and Northern Ireland and are fully expecting King William to making an appearance on plenty of other shores around the globe very soon! The succession of James II was controversial but the new Stewart King's less than diplomatic support of Catholicism made him unpopular to both his English Protestant subjects and Parliament alike.

William's invasion fleet was bigger than the Spanish Armada of a century before but met no resistance from the English and on 11th February 1689 Parliament declared that by fleeing the country James had abdicated as king and his daughter Mary was declared queen, to rule jointly with William who adopted the name William III. Jenever also known as genièvre, genever, peket, or in the English-speaking world as Dutch gin or Hollands is the juniper-flavored national and traditional liquor of the Netherlands and Belgium, from which gin evolved.

As the British Crown took over the governance of India, British immigrants began to struggle with the ravages of malaria. Content on this site is not intended to substitute for advice given by medical practitioner, pharmacist, or other licensed health-care professional. The labels also read: "Our premium gin raises a glass to King William, the regal father of gin distilling in the UK. Blood orange was the citrus of choice for this colourful zesty expression, boasting quite the colour too.

Now, 350 years later, the Amsterdam Craft Gin Company relaunches the authentic recipe from that time. This led to a constitutional monarchy and the Bill of Rights, the crowning of William and Mary as King and Queen of Scotland and the Irish battle of the Boyne. Giving the ABV to two decimal places was interpreted as a reference to the year 1690, when William of Orange’s Protestant forces defeated the army of deposed Catholic monarch James II at the Battle of the Boyne. Heavily subsidised English malted barley exports provided the basis for the rapid expansion of the Dutch distilling industry during the early 18th century. MD of Gravity Drinks, Matthew Maslin said: “When King William ascended to the throne in 1689, one of the first things he wanted to do was to raise money for future wars against the French and other European powers.The act also allowed anyone who wanted to distil alcohol to legally do so by simply posting a public notice giving at least ten day's notice of their intention to start distilling. His first action as King was to drop taxation and licencing on distillation, whilst raising taxes on imported foreign spirits. Drink creator Belcondie Ltd – which has also released a King William Gin and owns trademarks for for King William Rum and King William Whisky – insists the drink is for everyone and not targeted at any particular football supporters such as Rangers fans. A true original, it combines juniper with delicate botanicals including red quince, apple, lemon and orange peel, nutmeg, aniseed and clove. Please always read the labels, warnings, and directions provided with the product before using or consuming a product.

It took nearly 80 years for the gin industry to recover with the French-born Irishman, Aeneas Coffey introducing a new still which produced a purer spirit, similar to what we would know today.Jenever was starting to flow from Holland and due to gin being grain rather than wine based, it could also be produced in England.

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