'Old Tom Gin' is a sweet gin recipe popular in 18th-century England, now rarely available. Early 1700s home production of Gin was encouraged because it was safer than drinking water and landowners produced it as a by-product of grain, taxes were low. Gin was less costly than beer and ale and it became synonymous with the poor and abuse of the drink was rampant. This caused outrage and legislative backlash. In the 1870's Dry Gin was introduced and it became a more refined drink in high society.
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