Tobermory Distillers Limited
Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
David T. Smith
A distinctly chocolatey note, then oily citrus and juniper.
Thick texture and helps to perpetuate the indulgent impression of chocolate. This is followed by juicy lemon and orange, along with cracked coriander.
More coriander appears on the finish with more floral notes that really linger and move towards a touch of grapefruit.
A bright and vibrant gin that would work well in a Gin Collins or, for those with a sweeter tooth, even a little splash of lemonade would work.
Malty, full of citrus, slightly burned melted chocolate and an open bag of
Really full-bodied – wow. Citrus first, then a tropical, fruity note along with cereal. More classic coriander and juniper come through towards the close along with a fresh mint note. Black pepper also.
Long and fruity. A new-make spirit note.
What a robust gem! Feels utterly indulgent and an awful lot to like about this one. Think it would make one hell of a Martini.
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