Price per bottle: £41-60 (US$54-79)
Spice initially, perhaps a little liquorice too? Earthy vanilla and oak.
Ripened red fruits; cherries and red berries. Spice and a peppery note too. Sweet balanced out by the influence of vanilla.
Long and very lasting. Crisp.
An enjoyable matured gin with classy influence from the cask. Lots going on, but all handled well. Would recommend it as a great sipping gin. Otherwise try with ginger ale or perhaps in a Negroni.
There’s a lot of spice there, I’d say cinnamon and it’s reminding me of the cookies I used to cook as a child.
That is spicy. The cinnamon is still there, but there is a softness cutting through which stops the palate becoming too much, kind of like an old school vanilla 99.
A relatively long finish and that spice isn’t going anywhere.
Definitely interesting and could make for a pretty punchy cocktail in the winter months.