Cork Dry Gin
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|Country of origin||Cork (originally Cork), Ireland|
Cork Dry Gin is an Irish gin. First produced in Cork in the Watercourse Distillery in 1793, Cork Dry Gin is now manufactured by the Cork Distilleries Company (CDC) (based in Midleton). Owned by Pernod Ricard subsidiary Irish Distillers, Cork Dry Gin is the biggest selling gin in Ireland.
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