Cork Dry Gin
Cork dry gin was first produced way back in 1793 at the Watercourse Distillery in Cork itself. It’s said that the recipe, although these days it is now created by the Cork Distilleries Company based in Midleton. Its acquisition by Irish Distillers, a Pernod Ricard subsidiary, in 1988 meant the streamlining of the gin, and boosting its profile within venues in Ireland, gaining the title of biggest selling gin in the country.
The recipe itself contains juniper oils, coriander, angelica and other rare botanicals, which themselves are combined within a triple distilled neutral grain spirit through the cold compound method.
Pair with Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic Water with a garnish of lime.
70cl / 37.5%