Price per bottle: £21-40 (US$27-53)
David T. Smith
Bright, bubbly berry notes of raspberry and blackberry make this almost Bramble-like. Creamy aromas of vanilla, too.
A tad aggressive with the alcohol, but it has some good, dry botanical notes. It has a balanced sweetness, too, and the berry notes integrate really well.
A pretty classic dry juniper finish with a touch of dehydrated raspberry and some black peppercorns.
A fruity gin, but one that is not too sweet. I’d love to try it in a Clover Club.
Floral, rose and a touch of lavender. A bit of waxy lemon peel and red fruits. Cinnamon and mixed spice come through later. A bit like a spiced strawberry shortcake.
The baking spice and strawberry combination is still going strong, with a touch of lemony coriander and juniper.
Medium length. The juniper and soft spices linger.
This reveals more as you go. Could work well with a cloudy, tart lemonade, and a lot of sliced summer fruits and lemon peel for garnish.
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