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Published: 08/15/2006

In 1761, one of the most distinguished distillers in England began producing a smooth, botanical-infused gin quite unlike the coarse imports of the times. In the bustling Navy port of Warrington, the gin was an instant hit among the wealthier classes, naval officers and exporters, bringing new life to a dying craft and a new style to England's aristocracy.