Price per bottle: £11-20
David T. Smith
Pale straw-yellow in colour. The nose is full of bold, bright, and zesty aromas of lemon, with an inviting hint of shortbread.
A good, solid gin base is accented by sweet, sherbet-like lemon notes, but the gin is not at all syrupy. It has a pleasant, oily character with a little bit of bitterness.
The citrus continues on the finish, rounded out with a bit of earthy pine and peppery spice.
A refreshing and versatile flavoured gin that would work well with a wide range of mixers.
Layered notes of lemon: sponge cake with a crunchy drizzle, viscous lemon oil, zesty peel, and a little freshly squeezed juice.
Candied peels and lemon-flavoured boiled sweets upfront, with a supporting hint of more classic gin botanicals – juniper, angelica, and warm spice.
Leaves lingering notes of bittersweet lemon peel and a touch of juniper.
This has a nicely nuanced lemon character that would really sing with soda water and plenty of ice.