Buckinghamshire Dry Gin
Price per bottle: £21-40
David T. Smith
Juniper berries and spice on the nose: a fun mix of resinous aromas and sweet cassia, followed by creamy vanilla and tonka bean.
A delicate mouthfeel – super soft and smooth – with earthy notes of chocolate that develop into the distinctive sappiness of freshly squeezed purple juniper berries.
A long finish of citrus, with minimal alcohol warmth.
A balanced gin and a lovely example of a classic style; I’d drink it in a Pink Gin.
A lovely sweetness at first, then comes a bucket-load of ginger in the form of spicy, buttery ginger biscuits. It’s supported by zesty lemon and gentle juniper notes.
Light and elegant. More ginger spice with coriander, bright juniper and a liquorice tang. A slight grapefruit-like bitterness comes later.
Fairly short with a mix of juniper, sweet citrus and an almost menthol warmth.
Quite a lot of character in here. Those ginger notes could supercharge a Gin Buck.