While the term London Dry only evokes a certain style of gin, Plymouth designates a specific origin. Gins bearing this name can only be produced in the town of Plymouth, on England’s southern coast. Distilled at the Black Friars Distillery, Plymouth Gin is the most recent brand to be granted this status. Containing slightly less juniper, and slightly more of certain roots, the flavour of Plymouth gin is a little milder than London Dry. Bottled at 41.2% ABV, there is a second version, Navy Strength.