Halewood Artisanal Spirits
Price per bottle: £21-40
David T. Smith
Succulent, juicy peach notes: jammy with a touch of stewed fruit, and aromas of apricot and nectarine.
Slightly sweet notes of fruit syrup up-front, reminiscent of tinned peaches, combined with creamy vanilla. More tropical notes of pineapple and mango then develop.
Lingering notes of crystallised sugar and peach-flavoured boiled sweets.
A fruity gin with a dash of sweetness, although I’d ideally like more gin character.
Peachy foam sweets, very weak blackcurrant cordial and a dash of coriander. A slight milky note of natural yoghurt.
Sweet notes of raspberry conserve – the smooth, seedless kind – on a raisin-studded fruit scone with clotted cream, with pops of raspberry sherbet. A touch of underripe plum.
It’s syrupy on the finish with notes of Maraschino cherry and raspberry wine gums.
Adding a dash of this to a drink with raspberry flavours, such as a Floradora, could have good results.
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