Biggar & Leith
Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
David T. Smith
Vibrant and plump berries: raspberry, blackberry, and strawberry, along with some zesty citrus. .
Very floral to start: a mix of rose and jasmine blossom. This is followed by bright red fruit and a slight sweetness, followed by a citrus zing of pink grapefruit.
The grapefruit lingers on the finish, giving the gin a final, lively flourish.
A refreshing and vivacious gin that captures the sunshine of summer. Great for a long, cooling drink with tonic or sparkling water.
Massive amounts of lemon and lemon peel with candied juniper and green garden herbs.
The citrus comes into balance allowing the traditional gin botanicals of juniper, anise and coriander to emerge and create complexity.
Mouth-wateringly citrus, oily, with liquorice and warm spices lingering.
This refreshingly lemony gin would make an excellent G&T. Just let the lemon shine through a premium light tonic. Garnish with a lemon slice.