Booth's Gin

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Booth's Gin is a famous brand of London dry gin, founded by the Booth family around 1740 and, as of October 2013, still produced today. The distinctive bottle has a reference to the Red Lion distillery where the drink was produced.

The brand is currently owned by Diageo Spirits.

Kingsley Amis preferred Booth's for mixing a pink gin.

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