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Seagram's Gin. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1971) Seagram's Extra Dry Gin Martini. Our martini secret? Dip a lemon peel in vermouth. And use the gin that makes the perfect martini in the first place. Extra Dry Gin (2001) Extra Dry because of Seagrams exclusive and original mellowing process. In the Ancient Bottle. Distilled by Joseph E. Seagram & Sons. (1970) Skip the vermouth. This week's perfect Martini secret. Just put the gin on the rocks. The perfect Martini gin, of course. Distilled from American Grain. Seagram's Gin Martini (1966) Let it be known by all men. The perfect gin and tonic is not as easy as it looks. It demands the right touch, and the right gin. Seagram's Golden Gin (1954) Ancient Bottle. Refreshing and Delicious. The Seagram Seabreeze is the Perfect Gin and Tonic. Order it at your favorite tavern - or enjoy it at home. Lime Twisted Gin (2001) Mix it up. Extra Dry Gin with Natural Lime Flavor. Seagrams gin is 80 proof. It was founded in 1857 and is one of the most popular gins. They also produce gins in a variety of flavors such as grape, raspberry and lemon. Classic gin cocktails: 20th Century, Fallen Angel, Gibson, Gimlet, Gin and Tonic, Gin Fizz, Gin Rickey, Moon River, Martini, Negroni, Old Etonian, Pimm's Cup, Pink Gin, Ramos Gin Fizz, Satan's Whiskers, Singapore Sling, The Last Word, Tom Collins, Vesper, White Lady. Enjoy these vintage ads for Seagram's Gin while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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