Cough medicine with alcohol and codeine. In the 1960s and 1970s, soldiers complaining of a cold were issued a small bottle of cough medicine. It contained alcohol an codeine. Many drank it down for the buzz.
Go to the medics and get yourself a bottle of G.I. gin. It's great on a cold day like this.
A tavern, bar or saloon. The term originated in 18th Century England when many drinking establishments made their own gin. The term had a negative connotation at the time. Still in use in English-speaking countries the 21st century
You can find Bobby sitting under the tap in some gin mill.
That's not a night club. It's just a high-priced gin mill.
He tended bar in a little gin mill on the corner of Leonard Street.