East London Liquor Company unveils fourth barrel-aged bottling

12 December, 2016

East London Liquor Company has announced the fourth and final bottling for 2016 in its barrel-aged gin programme.

The 41% abv bottling is created using East London Liquor Company’s London Dry Gin as a base before being aged for a year in ex-bourbon barrels.

Each of the 393 bottles released are individually numbered and available from East London Liquor Company bottle shops and The Whisky Exchange with a RRP of £49.00.

Next year, East London Liquor Company will continue to release various iterations of Barrel-Aged Gin throughout the year.

East London Liquor Company founder Alex Wolpert said: “We really enjoyed working on the barrel-aged gin programme this past year – experimenting with different finishes to combine our love of gin and whisky. At East London Liquor Company, we always aim to produce honestly-priced, innovative spirits and the programme has been a real hit with gin lovers looking for something a little different.” 


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