That Boutique-y Gin Company
Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
David T. Smith
Earthy, with a touch of moss and hints of chocolate and orange marmalade.
An initial sweetness is followed by the zing of orange and grapefruit, resinous cedar-pine, and cooked green leaves. A little sweet cassia.
A gentle menthol pepper flavour, along with some oiliness and sappy, slightly sweet notes of juniper.
An intense gin with a lot of power behind it; it should be mixed accordingly – I think a Negroni would be a fine choice.
Seems like a gin to serve with your breakfast toast. A mix of floral and orange and just a waft of juniper in the wings. Slight ginger.
Really backs up the excitement from the nose. Lemon initially, but the marmalade note breaks through sweetly, before a light milk chocolate and juniper.
Long and sweet. Slightly soapy coriander.
There’s so much to like about this one. Arguably it is not the most complex spirit but packed with interesting flavour.
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