Sea Glass Gin
Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
David T. Smith
A clean nose: gentle with quiet aromas of juniper, citrus and a touch of freshly baked bread.
A good, dry start with chocolatey, malty flavours and a clean, grainy quality. The character moves onto more leafy notes and a slight salinity reminiscent of cucumber and samphire.
A dry, slightly oily finish with piney juniper and a final flourish of rose petals.
An especially classic gin that is well-balanced and flavoursome. A solid all-rounder.
Quite traditional, which is actually very welcome. There’s some lightly wooded juniper notes with the promise of fruit appearing soon.
Ah yes, it appears we have some fruit loaf, dry and delicate. The juniper is still running along nicely, but integrated with that now is that dried chewy fruit and a little bit of prickly heat.
The dryness continues on to the finish, but it remains pleasant with that earthy juniper.
This was simply lovely. Enjoy at your leisure.