Triple Juniper Gin
Never Never Distilling Co.
Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
This one’s suitably juniper heavy. Brings both freshness with it through pine needles, while also offering some of the earthier note too.
Citrus led. Candied peels. More of the earthy juniper note from the nose, which adds balance to the early freshness. All-spice, cinnamon and cloves come to the party. Cream. Pepper.
Long lasting and leaves you no doubt that you’ve drunk a gin.
Clear, crisp and surely a classic? This is your new favourite with tonic, served seriously cold.
Pine again, but not quite as pungent as the previous, taking more of a subtle approach. It moves into zesty lemon with a little spicy prickle cutting through at the end there.
The spice was pepper, which again is combatted by the citrus which covers the mouth. Juniper is there with a grassy, rich and creamy hit that wraps up the piney nose we had earlier.
The finish is pretty long here and takes you from fresh to earthy in a flash.
Spring in a glass.