· Navy Strength ·

The name “Navy Strength Gin” is a bit misleading, and the story a bit labyrinthine. Basically, “navy strength” is any botanical-forward gin of at least 57% ABV, and the term itself has a dubious connection to the circa 18th century British Royal Navy. You see, sailors back then avoided watered-down gin by testing it: they would mix gin with gun powder and light it on fire; if the flame was clear, the gin was strong enough to drink – it was, one could say, “navy strength.”

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Brighton Gin Seaside Strength
4.52

4.5 Exceptional

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Macardo Sir
4.33

4.3 Exceptional

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Broken Bones
3.711

3.7 Superior

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Conniption
5.01

5 Exceptional