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An example of the Spruce Goose, the mixed drink (cocktail), adapted from a drink by Alexander Mouzakitis, William Hallet, New York City, featuring Averell Damson Plum Gin Liqueur, Hayman’s London Dry Gin, maraschino liqueur, and lemon juice; photo by Lee Edwards

 Spruce Goose

Shake with ice:

1 oz Averell Damson Gin

0.5 oz Hayman’s London Dry Gin

0.5 oz maraschino liqueur

0.5 oz lemon juice

Double-strain into a coupe.

Garnish with a lemon zest.

—adapted from a drink by Alexander Mouzakitis, William Hallet, New York City


Hayman’s London Dry Gin

Hayman’s London Dry Gin

England 47.0% ABV

47.0% ABV

The Hayman family is the oldest gin-producing family in London, dating to 1863. All three Hayman’s gins use the same 10 botanicals, in different proportions. Hayman’s is the only traditional London gin producer whose flagship, traditional London Dry Gin has its primary emphasis on citrus, while still maintaining the high proof and spicy midpalate of classic Dry Gin. This combination makes Hayman’s London Dry Gin extremely versatile for mixing refreshing stirred or shaken cocktails. The aromatic intensity of this gin makes it the ideal Martini gin, even at the classic 1:1 proportion. Full details

Hayman’s London Dry Gin
Hayman’s London Dry Gin

SKU Vintage Region Origin Desc Cepage % Alc Size/Pack Finish BTL Barcode Cs Barcode Cs Wgt
HZ 1220NVEnglandGBGin47.0%1000/12T Cap5021692117833502169211784021.70 kg
HZ 1215NVEnglandGBGin47.0%750/12T Cap5021692650316502169265032315.80 kg
Averell Damson Gin

Averell Damson Gin

New York 33.0% ABV

33.0% ABV

Averell is an exceptionally bright liqueur—the fresh-pressed juice of heirloom Damson Plums married to a botanical gin marked by juniper, warm winter spices, bay leaf and ginger. Delicious with seltzer, sparkling wine or ginger beer, in both hot and cold black tea, or on its own, over ice. The history of the Damson dates to the dawn of civilization. Prized by the Romans and Crusaders, its cultivation spread throughout Europe and later to the orchards of North American colonial settlers who appreciated its nervy character: rich, intensely tart and slightly bitter. The Damson stands today as an endangered variety from a bygone era. Full details

Averell Damson Gin
Averell Damson Gin

SKU Vintage Region Origin Desc Cepage % Alc Size/Pack Finish BTL Barcode Cs Barcode Cs Wgt
HZ 1500NVNew YorkUSGin Liqueur33.0%750/12T Cap0949225250171009492252501416.00 kg