Leith

Gin

Gleann Mór Spirits Company


ABV: 46%
Country: Scotland
Style: Contemporary 
Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
Availability: Worldwide


David T. Smith

Nose
A gentle florality with notes of zesty lime and citrus blossom. Complex, but not overpowering.

Palate
A satisfying combination of juniper berries – bright and resinous – and zesty citrus in the form of lemon and grapefruit.

Finish
The zesty grapefruit notes linger for a long time on the palate with a crisp bitterness.

Comments
An invigorating and refreshing gin – great for a Gin Collins or a Martini.

Score

8.5


Felicity Murray

Nose
Delicate and slightly sweet aromas mingle among those of pine needles, citrus peel
and wet vegetation.  

Palate
A strong, hugely powerful and oily mouthfeel of citrus peel and peppery spice that tingles.

Finish
Slightly earthy with cedar wood and green leaves and a citrus edge turning to grapefruit at the end. Good length. 

Comments
A wolf in sheep’s clothing. This high strength, punchy gin would stand up to any flavoured tonic waters. Garnish with a twist of grapefruit peel.

Score

7.9


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