Price per bottle: ££
Sam Coyne – 7.8
Nose: A lemon peel note, coriander and tea. There’s a faint elderflower that lifts things up a little.
Palate: A malt backbone that builds up with spice. Gradually the citrus notes from the nose make their presence felt on the palate.
Finish: A spicy, peppery finish that is pretty enduring.
Comments: Nicely balances out nods to classic gins with a few quirky touches, such as the malt note. It’s very interesting.
David T. Smith – 8.0
Nose: Malty grain notes come through on the nose, joined by more delicate aromas of coriander and citrus.
Palate: An oily and powerful gin with lots of citrus and spice from coriander. A biscuity note that is nicely combined with a dash of menthol pepper.
Finish: Crisp, green juniper and leafy notes are joined by a final citrus zing.
Comments: A bright and vibrant gin with good intensity – perfect for a Gin & Tonic or Gin & Soda.