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Bathtub Gin - Cask-Aged

(50cl, 43.3%)

Bathtub Gin - Cask-Aged
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Bathtub Gin - Cask-Aged Bottling Note

Cask-Aged Gin from the marvellous Ableforth's! Made by taking tiny "octave" casks (roughly a fifth of the capacity of standard hogsheads), and filling them with the multi-award-winning Bathtub Gin, the spirit is then aged for between three to six months before bottling.

Thanks to the large surface area to volume ratio of these small casks, the gin gains all kinds of complexity and flavour during these months.

The result is a wonderfully spicy, rich and buttery gin. Although no longer released in individual batches, nothing about the production of this fantastic gin has actually changed so fill yer boots!

Consider this similar product...

Bathtub Gin - Old Tom Gin
(50cl, 42%)

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Rich juniper notes and soft caramelised orange. It's very mellow, but with a depth of botanicals that draw you further and further in. Creamy soft butter and vanilla sweetness.

Palate: A velvety mouthfeel, it rolls easily over the tongue with that wonderful creamy orange sweetness. Juniper and sugared peel roll in and fade out slowly into the finish.

Finish: Orange creams, with a smooth, long-lasting sweet softness in the mouth.

Overall: The cask ageing has added such smoothness and creaminess to this gin. It's wonderful stuff.

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Bathtub Gin - Cask-Aged Reviews

Buy this!

This is by far and away my favourite of the current range of bathtub gins by the distillery. It is creamy, smooth and a great tipple neat.

6th January 2023

Highly recommend!

I adore this gin, it’s inexpensive price may put you off, but don’t be fooled, it has a complex taste and a smoothness that makes it ideal to drink neat. Dive in!

6th January 2023


Just tried it for the first time lovely flavour really enjoyed it

30th July 2018

superb Christmasy gin

I have never tasted a gin so redolent of Christmas. Better than both plain bath tub and Old Tom as it combines its sweet spice with a smoothness on the tongue.

30th December 2016

New recipe?

This is infinitely better than the bottle I tried a couple of years ago. It's aparrently now changed to being matured in 50 litre ex-bourbon, and the change is both delicious and welcome. Steer clear of new oak guys.

28th January 2016

Cask aged, properly

A lot of products like this claim to be cask aged, but it feels more like the gin and the cask were ships in the night. This has clearly had a much more meaningful relationship with the cask, and it's made this gin the liquor equivalent of a 'man of the world'.

22nd January 2016

One of the best!

Easily one of the best Gins going!

21st January 2016

Recipe Change

I was told that the recipe has now changed on this bottle.

It used to be matured in brand new casks, but is now matured in casks that held few bourbon.

It's much less oaky, and much sweeter now - I prefer it this way.

27th May 2015

Massively Oaked

If you don't like Oak, stay away - this is very oaky.

16th January 2015


The oak influence is really big on this.

24th November 2014

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