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Ableforth's

Ableforth's spirits are crafted from the very finest ingredients, with meticulous detail, and each bottle is wrapped, tied and dipped in wax by hand, giving the traditional charm that is much loved by sippers all over the country. Ableforth's is best known for both it's excellent maritime-inspired Rumbullian! and Bathtub Gin, which have been so popular, the brand have now introduced aged, navy-strength and flavoured versions of the two.

You may wonder why it's called Bathtub Gin: After the eighty-years-war, soldiers brought it back to Britain where it became very popular with the poor. It was very cheap to make, and the British government encouraged it - seeing the economic opportunities. However, things turned tough as people cut corners to gain the maximum revenue: flavouring with turpentine and making by literally the bath-load, in family baths. Things turned a bit bad after that... but hey, Ableforth's rendition is nothing like this - keeping only the historic name and using fresh, high-quality ingredients for a completely foolproof range of spirits.

 

 

 
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Products from Ableforth's

Ableforth's

Ableforth's spirits are crafted from the very finest ingredients, with meticulous detail, and each bottle is wrapped, tied and dipped in wax by hand, giving the traditional charm that is much loved by sippers all over the country. Ableforth's is best known for both it's excellent maritime-inspired Rumbullian! and Bathtub Gin, which have been so popular, the brand have now introduced aged, navy-strength and flavoured versions of the two.

You may wonder why it's called Bathtub Gin: After the eighty-years-war, soldiers brought it back to Britain where it became very popular with the poor. It was very cheap to make, and the British government encouraged it - seeing the economic opportunities. However, things turned tough as people cut corners to gain the maximum revenue: flavouring with turpentine and making by literally the bath-load, in family baths. Things turned a bit bad after that... but hey, Ableforth's rendition is nothing like this - keeping only the historic name and using fresh, high-quality ingredients for a completely foolproof range of spirits.

 

 

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