Watercress Dry Gin
Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
David T. Smith
Herbaceous with hints of rosemary, black tea and delicate meadow flower. Aromatic and inviting.
Nuanced tea notes: hints of Darjeeling and Assam. Resinous juniper, that is bright and punchy. A light, caramelised sweetness, with cassia and ginger snaps.
Dry and oily with lots juniper pine notes and a broadly leafy character. Notes of menthol pepper linger.
Exciting with a complex character. Has great potential in a Gin & Tonic or perhaps a dirty Martini.
Subtle herbal, cut grass and vegetal notes, floral with only the slightest hint of juniper and pine leaves.
Mild and slightly peppery, Nasturtium flowers, cucumber and green salad leaves.
Long and dry. Peppery and gently warming without
Easy-going and mild gin that, to appreciate its subtle flavouring, would best be served neat over ice with a slice of cucumber. Don’t over dilute if mixing with tonic, or other flavours in a cocktail.