Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
David T. Smith
An array of red fruit: from redcurrant to raspberry, strawberry to tart cranberry. A mix of sweet and astringent.
Classic gin notes upfront: juniper, angelica and a little spice, then comes the fruit. It’s balanced and relatively modest, but there’s a jammy succulence that runs through the spirit.
A clean finish with nutmeg, cassia and a sweet leafiness.
A rather restrained flavoured gin that utilises the fruitiness and character of berries without being overwhelmed with sugar.
Fresh fruit on a hot summer’s day – I’m thinking strawberries, raspberries and a misting of lemon zest.
They have nicely balanced the fruitiness with the staples you like to taste with gin: a whole bunch of juniper that is met with a herbaceous and floral edge.
That herbaceous note sticks around for a nice straight-forward, dry finish.
You know what you’re getting with this, and when you embrace that it’s an absolute delight.