Gordon is a classic gin, London Dry Gin and Premium class with a 37.5% alcoholic grade. It is obtained by a triple distillation of secret botanists, although they are appreciable with taste and smell juniper, strawberries, citrus, and some herbs and spices.
The recipe with which Gordon Gin is made dates from the year 1769, when a landowner of Scottish origin named Alexander Gordon created it and began to use it in the distillery that he founded in south London that same year.
Alexander, called the Gordon Gin that produced Gordon London Dry Gin, and since then, London Dry Gin has been used as a name for a certain type of gin made in the City of London.
Gordon was soon exported to the English colonies and as a result, today it is one of the best known gin in the world.