Produced by Berry Bros. & Rudd, London's oldest wine and spirit merchant, No. 3 London Dry Gin was created with the dry martini in mind. Named after their address on St. James's Street, the company's home since 1698, No. 3 celebrates the integrity and character of a traditional London dry gin by distilling three fruits and three spices in traditional copper pot stills. Italian Juniper lends distinctive notes of pine and lavender, while grapefruit and sweet Spanish orange peel provide refreshing citrus flavor. Moroccan coriander seed releases peppery ginger notes along with a touch of lemon, and the addition of angelica root and cardamom pods lend a spicy, earthy dryness to the finish.