Ballykeefe Extra Dry Irish Gin 70cl

Irish Gin • 70cl • 40%
Product details
Ballykeefe Extra Dry Irish Gin
£34.95
In stock, get it tomorrow (Tue)
Country Irish Gin
Distillery/Brand Ballykeefe Distillery

Ballykeefe Extra Dry Gin

The Ballykeefe folks over in Ireland have created an extra dry gin! It contains 12 botanicals including juniper, cubeb peppers, elderflower, pink grapefruit and cassia are gently vapour infused through a copper pot still before being blended using Ballykeefe water. Garnish with a slice of lime, ginger and a good splash of tonic.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Bright juniper and citrus fight for centre stage, followed by warming baking spices and a Christmassy note, with a very dry finish (no surprise there).

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Gold
Gold
London Dry - 2019
World Gin Awards

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Reviews for Ballykeefe Extra Dry Irish Gin
Brilliant!! Love this Gin, please keep distilling!
Brilliant!! Love this Gin, please keep distilling!
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Top o’ the gins
Great gin!
Haven’t really tried many dry gins before but love this one.
Probably top of our favourites list
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Deeelish!
I love the taste of this gin, to me it tastes as if it already has a hint of Angostura bitters in it.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Amazing!!!
It's a beautiful gin!! I'm not a dry gin drinker but I have to say this one is amazing!!
Charlotte , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Best gin ever
This is the best gin I have ever had.....prizing the bottle I brought back from Ireland because I can’t find a way to replace it in the US without going back to Ireland....it’s almost worth it
Chad W , United States
4 years ago