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Authentic and bursting with history, Plymouth Gin is produced in the oldest English distillery still in operation. Formerly the Dominican monastery of “Black Friars”, the Plymouth distillery continues to use a recipe dating back to 1793 and its copper still, still used today, was first installed in the Victorian era, in 1855. It was the first spirit to be classified as a “Dry Gin” and the only English Gin to hold a Protected Geographical Indication from the European Union. Only gin produced within the walls of the old town of Plymouth can bear the name “Plymouth Gin”.