The King of Soho London Dry Gin takes its name from the entrepreneur Paul Raymond, who opened the first official strip club in London in 1958. The Thames distillery produces The King of Soho London Dry Gin. At first this gin was only sold in bars and in selected shops via Hi-Spirits. There are 12 botanicals used in the production. It is distilled in 2 copper stills. Not only the content of the bottle is convincing, but also the design is something very special. The blue bottle shows a man in a red velvet coat with hunting symbols (foxtail, horn, bottle). This is also a tribute to the eponym Paul Raymond, who grew up in London's Soho district, which used to be a popular hunting ground.Tasting notes:Color: Clear. Nose: Smooth, full-bodied, soft, juniper, coriander. Taste: Sweet, citrus, hints of grapefruit. Finish: Long lasting. The King of Soho London Dry Gin is ideal for cocktails and mixed drinks.