Original Dry Gin
Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
David T. Smith
Bright and fruity on the nose with aromas of berries and stone fruit backed-up by green juniper.
More fruit to taste; soft, ripe berries mixed with citrus and coriander, followed by waxy spice notes.
A lingering finish of cracked coriander, gentle pepper, and a little zest.
A bright and vibrant gin with great mixing potential, especially in long summer coolers.
Piney juniper and is fresh and floral – bright and promises a lot. There’s a citrus note too – lemon peel.
The expected classic notes; piney juniper, bright lemon peel, a slightly grassy coriander too. As it develops, there’s a warming spice kick. The most subtle hint of a tart raspberry.
Long peppery spice and citrus peels.
Ticks all of the boxes for a classic gin – if your life depended on making a classic G&T, this would be an excellent choice, garnished with a twist of lemon.