Friday, September 8, 2017 - 2:12pm

The term 'Dry Gin' came about with the advent of the Coffey still in 1832.
Prior to this, gin was often made with sweetening agents to dull the crude distillation.
Once the Coffey still came into action and a more consistent and neutral spirit was available, unsweetened gin started gaining popularity and became known as “Dry Gin”.