Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
David T. Smith
Green, sappy pine with a hint of buttery, toasted coconut. A touch of freshly baked bread.
A very green, slightly vegetal gin with a fresh, almost crunchy, stalkiness to it. Notes of celery become clear, along with the citrus zip of coriander, before an oily sweetness with notes of anise and fennel unfolds.
Clean on the finish with a little citrus and residual floral, leafy notes of coriander.
A gin with a distinct flavour profile. This has a lot of potential for use in a Negroni.
Like taking a huge breath of fresh air while you’re on a woodland walk in the English countryside.
The palate follows the nose, with a slightly zesty burst of pine. There’s definitely a lot more citrus here, lemon and a sweet berry note that gently moves you away from the initial greenery of this gin.
Following suit yet again with a refreshing finish.
This is a delight – nothing too out there, but certainly very sippable.
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