As reported on Drinksint.com in September, the gin debuted in Spain five months ago before entering France, Italy, Hong Kong, Denmark, Dubai and now the company’s home market.
The 40% abv expression is described as a “drier, spicier” gin designed to be drunk in a G&T or a sweet Martini.
Juniper-led in taste profile, the gin's supporting botanicals are cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, bitter almond, coriander, cardamom, cloves, liquorish and lemon.
Williams Gin founder, William Chase said: “Great British Gin is the first single estate English gin to be created in over 200 years.
“Our first challenge as distillers was to create the world’s best vodka – Chase Vodka. And now we have used that as the base for the world’s finest dry gin.”
The Herefordshire-stationed distillery now produces around 115,000 nine-litre cases of spirits per week, with volume having doubled year on year.