The Captain’s Wife
Welsh Sisters Ltd
Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
David T. Smith
An initial wave of jammy citrus, reminiscent of lemon syllabub, is followed by a cake batter-like spice and some earthiness.
A light character with dry juniper and earthy notes with a touch of sweet chocolate. There’s a lightweight, spicy oiliness that complements the gin’s plump texture.
A lingering juniper that lasts for a good while with a gentle tickle of warmth.
A refined gin in a very classic style; well matched to a Dry Martini with a single olive.
Really rich fruit hits home initially, before integrating a little earthy note of liquorice into the mix.
The earthy liquorice plays nicely into the strong juniper here, before it is taken over by the jammy scooped-out contents of fig and maybe a little cassia in there.
Thanks to the liquorice notes, there’s a lingering warmth.
An enjoyable all-rounder here – I think I’d like to keep it simple by adding a little tonic to the party.
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