The Seven Dials is a small batch cold-distilled gin created by the London Gin Club using the seven botanical flavours of juniper, coriander, angelica, marshmallow root, clementine peel, cardamom and almond. The implementation of cold-distillation through a rotary evaporation still prevents the botanicals from becoming ‘cooked’ and helps retain freshness and vitality.
It is a London dry gin named after the famous crossroads in the St Giles parish of London and truly is like taking a smooth sip of eighteenth century London, it is big and bold, ripe with juniper, pungent herbs and citrus zest. It's taste takes you straight back to the 1700s and it boasts all the characteristics of a classic London Dry gin but with a lift from the herbs and spices that give it real impact. A stand out premium gin.This is true Dickensian fare!
Seven Dials sits between St Giles and Soho. The area was urbanised in the late 1600s where seven streets were laid out to meet a central pillar thereby forming a seven pointed star. During the 1700s the area became home to dozens of gin shops.