Honey Old Tom Dry Gin
Honey Old Tom Dry Gin

Honey Old Tom Dry Gin

Regular price£65.00
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Honey Old Tom Dry Gin

Our Honey Old Tom Gin is the ultimate expression of luxury and quality.

After Dundee’s twinning with Dubai in 2004 we wanted to create a product that reflects the joining of these two cities. Featuring local fresh ginger, lime leaves and lemongrass from The University of Dundee Botanic Garden combined with exotic spices, flowers and Royal Iranian Saffron from the exclusive shopping malls of Dubai. We also sourced honey from both the Himalayas and Yemen.

This is a complex gin that deserves to be tried neat first to fully experience the best local ingredients that these two wonderful cities, working in tandem together can produce. Fun fact, while Dubai may be the richest city in the world today, the richest square mile in 19th century Europe was actually in a burgh of Dundee called Broughty Ferry!

Free Delivery on orders over £60.

Standard Delivery £4.

Next day delivery £8. Available for orders placed before noon.

Average delivery is 2-3 working days, however in certain circumstances delivery may take longer. Place an order with us before 4 pm and we'll package up and dispatch your order that day so you can enjoy your spirit sooner than you think.


Received my order today and was very happy with my 2 bottles, will order more before Xmas. Thank you!

Aileen Lawson

I was actually surprised how lovely this gin is, it will have to be my new favourite.

Tracy McKain

So moreish and delicious, I wish I could recreate another one! Overall, a beautiful award winning sweet of gins to encounter! It’s fantastic to see small businesses working together to create some truly beautiful liqueurs, which allows to experience all of the delights that Scotland has to offer.


Stand-out botanicals include ylang-ylang, strawberry guava, lemongrass, ginger and cardamom. All grown at the botanic gardens in Dundee. They are not just Dundee by name, they are Dundee in their ethos.

Paul Warren

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