Distilled since 1857, Seagram's artfully blends the world's finest botanicals with a pristine neutral spirit in a low temperature distillation process, preserving the true essence of the botanical flavors.
The Seagram’s bottle alone has its own history. The unique texture of the bottle earned Seagram’s the title “the smooth gin in the bumpy bottle.” The Seagram’s family crest is still on the front of the bottle as it has been since 1857.
At 2.8 million cases per year, Seagram's Gin® is the #1 selling gin brand in the United States.
Seagram’s Gin’s vacuum distillation process means that distillation is done at a much lower temperature and more botanical flavors are retained.
Savor Seagram's Extra Dry Gin® and you will experience an exceptionally smooth spirit with hints of orange peel, cinnamon and lilac in the nose. This smooth, alluring flavor makes Seagram's Gin eminently mixable. It's equally at home when mixed with fruit juice, tonic, or soda. We also recommend trying it splashed over the rocks for a refreshing experience.
And for an exciting change of taste, we offer Seagram’s Twisted Gins.
Larios® Dry Gin attained its current renown during the 1980s—when warm-weather, fizzy concoctions known “Long Drinks” became popular. However, Larios’ world-famous reputation actually dates back to 1866, when Charles Lamothe, the French wine entrepreneur, and his Spanish associate, Fernando Jiménez, founded the Jiménez Lamothe company. Their distilleries in Malaga and Manzanares pioneered the spirits field in Spain.
In 1916, the third marquis, José Aurelio Larios, who provided the financial backing to Jiménez and Lamothe, purchased the company and changed the name to Larios & Cía. In 1932, Larios Dry Gin received the name by which it is well-known today.