William Grant & Sons
Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
David T. Smith
Fresh and zesty with plenty of citrus peel and lemon with a dash of the sweetness of lemon sherbert.
There’s plenty of citrus along with a gentle sweetness: flavours of lemon oil, lemon curd, posset, and hard candy are combined with hints of grapefruit.
A lingering zing of citrus that is clean with no burn; a long, long finish.
Some gin fans may want more juniper, but this makes some refreshing drinks and pairs particularly well with tonic.
Welcome to lemon. Freshly sliced, then stewed with honey in a tea and finally a fizzing, zesty sherbets.
Slightly bitter lemon sherbets – the lemon is zesty, like chewing on peels. Coriander provides a little variation in an otherwise straightforward spirit.
Long and unsurprisingly lemony.
Straight-forward in terms of flavour and sticks to one track. Can imagine served long that it’ll be a lovely and refreshing G&T, or perhaps it would be one for a citrus-forward Martini.