Hayman’s Royal Dock
Here’s a little fact about Hayman’s Royal Dock. If you were to accidentally spill Navy strength gin on gunpowder, it would still light. Although we don‘t suggest you try it.
You can expect a charismatic bright and robust style, with unrivalled intensity. But even at 57% alc, Haymans’ Royal Dock Gin is not at all overpowering. There’s a certain smoothness as it retains a brilliant balance of juniper, coriander and citrusy flavours.
They named this style “Royal Dock” after the yard of the same name, located in Deptford on the Thames in South London, which was established in 1513 by Henry VIII. The Royal Dock yard was the largest of the Admiralty in England, with the other 2 in Gosport and Plymouth.
Over the following four centuries the Royal Dockyard became a storied location and the point of departure for some of the most significant ventures in British naval history. From these voyages onward, this Gin has travelled the world over.
A bright, crisp nose with notes of coriander and lemon complimenting a big juniper hit.
An enhanced citrus and floral aromatic flavour, smooth and intense with a full mouth feel.
A long refreshing and lingering finish.
Navy Strength Martini
60ml Royal Dock Gin
20ml Dry Vermouth
Shake or stir all of the ingredients with ice and strain into a pre-chilled martini or coupe glass. Garnish with a lime twist.
50ml Dry Gin
30ml Lime Cordial
10ml The Bitter Truth Violet Liqueur
Shake with ice & strain into a rock glass with ice.
40ml Royal Dock Gin
10ml Maraschino Liqueur
25ml Fresh squeezed lemon juice
Top with Soda water.
Shake all ingredients. Pour over cubed ice in a collins glass, topping with soda water. Garish with a wedge of lemon.