1689 Dutch Dry Gin
Gin 1689, a three-century-old recipe brought back to life! During the so- called Glorious Revolution of 1688-1689, King William of Orange introduced a typical Dutch product to the British Isles. Genever, soon abbreviated to Dutch Gin. Gin soon became very popular amongst the British population. Now, 3 centuries later, the Amsterdam Craft Gin
Company relaunches an authentic recipe that conquered the British Isles in 1689. The result is Gin 1689, a tribute to the Dutch craftsmanship of over three centuries ago. A beautiful combination of a strong juniper led profile with dried quince and pippin, lemon and orange peel, and warm spices of nutmeg, aniseed, and cloves. A sophisticated and intensely smooth gin, easy drank neat, in combination with your favourite Indoan tonic or in a sensational cocktail!
1689 Dutch Pink Gin
An amazingly delicious (non-sweet but dry and fruity) pink gin. It’s based on the very same authentic Gin 1689 recipe where strawberries and raspberries are added to the distillation process, giving the spirit a pink hue as well as fruity flavour. A Recipe that symbolizes the love between the two monarchs and the shared Anglo-Dutch royal heritage. The recipe is even printed on the back of the bottle! The three-century-old recipe recommends to drink the gin garnished with strawberries and raspberries, and who are we to argue with history.
Pink Gin Spritz
45ml 1689 Queen Mary Pink Gin
20ml Fentiman’s roze limonade
1689 Dutch Pink Gin wins Silver at the prestigious World Gin Awards 2023
1689 Pink Gin wins Silver at London’s prestigious DB&SB blind tasting.
Gin 1689 receives amazing 91 points at the IWSC 2020 awards
The Craft Gin Club, the UK’s largest gin community with over 100.000 members; selected Gin 1689 as their Gin of the Month.