Solid, basic gin, comparable favorably with Bombay Dry, it has plenty of juniper flavor, but is much easier to drink than lesser gins. Although it's the bottom rung on the gins in my home bar, I couldn't do without it (making a G&T out of South gin, for example, is just a waste).
Three and a half glasses
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