Prohibition Liquor Co.
Style: Navy Strength
Price per bottle: £41-60
David T. Smith
Bright lime is joined by rich and resinous green juniper. An inviting nose that promises a lot.
Lovely, oily juniper up front with pine and cedar. The citrus spiciness of coriander seed is joined by zesty lemon and lime with a sprinkle of sweetness.
A little sweet, woody spice on the finish, along with leafy cilantro and a final flourish of peppery juniper here.
A simply splendid gin: bold and complex with exceptional alcohol integration.
It’s fairly shy at first, but touches of resinous juniper, citrus and earthy, almost smoky spice come through with time.
A grainy sweetness develops, like fennel seed-studded bread dough. The juniper feels oily, lending a nice texture. There’s a gradual, warming heat.
Fades away fairly swiftly with a little zesty citrus.
A bit tingly with the ABV, but there are some nice flavours here – lengthening it with tonic could tease them out.