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Plymouth Gin is a style and brand of gin that has been distilled on the same premises on the Barbican in Plymouth, Devon, since 1793. The site of production, the Plymouth Gin Distillery, was built in 1431 and is reputed to have once been a monastery of the Dominican Order, widely known as "Black Friars" (notice the tiny friar embossed on the bottle). Intense, bold and aromatic, for almost two centuries, no Royal Navy ship left port without it. A multi-award-winner that’s strong enough to fire cannons.