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The Story
The Taste of Freedom

The inspirer of D-Day Gin wants to honour his grandfather Albert Taylor, who served as a British soldier under General Montgomery during World War II. D-Day gin is a tribute to his courage. The finest botanicals were carefully selected from all the places in the world where he fought for freedom: Egyptian coriander (Battle of El Alamein), Italian rosemary (Battle of Monte Cassino), German juniper (Rhineland campaign),...

The best flavours of the world in one bottle, especially for heroes.

D-Day Gin won 3 silver medals on 'The International Wine and Spirits Competition' in London

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Name: Albert Taylor

Initials: A.E.L.

Date of birth: 18th March 1920

Birthplace: Fulham - London

Army No.: 983026

Regiment: The Green Howards

Arm of Service: Infantry

Rank: L/Cpl

Calling up for service: 16 May 1940

Military Conduct: Very Good

Albert Taylor
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