Plymouth Sloe Gin, 70 cl (packaging may vary)
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Gin Ahoy! A Navy-Strength Fleet Arrives". The New York Times. 21 February 2012 . Retrieved 25 September 2012. Staff writer (6 April 2017). "Gin: From Mother's Ruin To Staple Of The Royal Navy". Forces Network . Retrieved 21 December 2021. Discover our initiatives and projects. We have a multi-stakeholder approach working together to build a more sustainable and responsible world. Case Studies
Plymouth also make a 'navy strength' variety of Plymouth Gin, which is 57% ABV (100° English proof), being the traditional strength demanded by the British Royal Navy.  It was a tradition in the Royal Navy that all newly commissioned vessels receive a "Plymouth Gin Commissioning kit", a wooden box containing two bottles of navy strength Plymouth gin and glassware. The established distilling business of Fox & Williamson began the distilling of the Plymouth brand in 1793. Soon, the business was to become known as Coates & Co., which it remained until March 2004.
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Plymouth's Original Gin has won several awards over the years, including four double gold, four gold, one silver, and two bronze medals at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition between 2006–2016.  In 2016, Plymouth received double gold for its Plymouth Gin (Original Gin) and gold for its Navy Strength gin in this competition. Records the default button state of the corresponding category & the status of CCPA. It works only in coordination with the primary cookie.
Hughes, Ashlie (14 October 2021). "London Dry Vs. Plymouth Gin Explained: The Differences Between Them". VinePair . Retrieved 21 December 2021. In contrast, Plymouth Gin was viewed more favourably. The product was standardised and reliable, while its distillation occurred far from the slums of London where substandard gin had most often been both made and imbibed.  The global deployment of the Royal Navy who carried it on their ships, led to the renown and wider consumption of the Plymouth product.   While use of gin in general declined in England from the 1750s, the Plymouth-style was somewhat insulated from the falling consumption and low regard which distilled grain spirits had acquired in the aftermath of the Gin Craze. The rich and smooth taste of Plymouth Gin is the result of a balanced blend of seven hand-selected botanicals.