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Bashall Spirits Parkin Cake Gin

(70cl, 40%)

Bashall Spirits Parkin Cake Gin

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Bashall Parkin Cake Gin Bottling Note

If you've been near Yorkshire, you really should be rather familiar with parkin cake, made with black treacle, oatmeal and ginger. Because it's good stuff. Helpfully the folks over at Bashall Spirits have introduced the spicy treat to a particularly popular juniper-based beverage, creating Parkin Cake Gin! As you'd expect, there's heaps of rich treacle and spices to boot to be found in the spirit.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

A big kick of ginger heat kicks things off, with rich treacle notes alongside toasted cereal notes.

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Bashall Spirits Parkin Cake Gin Reviews

Not for mixing, but great on the rocks

I’m drinking this now and in fact have had a few so excuse any typos. A lovely, if not traditional gin. I’ve tried it with lemonade and also tonic but prefer it on its own with ice. Very warming and definitely for me a winter gin. Would be great to have in for Christmas.

22nd October 2020

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