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A more recent addition to the Beefeater range. When creating Beefeater 24, Desmond Payne knew he had to come up with something totally different for his selection of botanicals. He used tea! The 12 ingredients used are Japanese Sencha Tea, Chinese green tea and then Seville orange peel, grapefruit peel, lemon peel, juniper, coriander seed, liquorice, angelica root, almond and orris root. It is called Beefeater 24 because the botanicals are steeped in the spirit for a full 24 hours. The result is a fragrant gin with good sweetness.
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It's still a very nice gin indeed, although I'm not totally sure it's exactly the same?? However the big but is ... the bottle!! – While having the familiar embossing on the side, the bottles are all red, as opposed to just the thick glass bottom being red. It makes the gin look disconcertingly like diluted blood, which is quite unpleasant. Is this a permanent change or a one-off? The sooner you return to the original bottle the better, for me. The original bottle looked classy; this one just looks ghastly.
17th February 2017
Had it as a Martini in Boston. Bartender said that it was just a new bottle. Not so. One sip had me wondering, just didn't seem right, too much like Bombay --- slightly sweet, a bit too much of everything.I know that you have to satisfy the new generation of drinkers and also try to gain shelf space, but please do not mess with the original. It's still the standard!
7th December 2016
Sweet taste .. goes well with tonic water and lime coding
17th July 2016
Technically you're wrong, the Botanicals are steeped for 24 hours Prior to distillation, if they were added to the spirit after distillation it would not be 'distilled' gin
13th June 2016
5th February 2016
If you enjoy traditional gins but want to try something that's just a tick outside of the box, this is it. The green tea is a flavorful addition (along with the grapefruit) that shines through in both a dry martini, as well as a G&T.
23rd December 2015
I loved this gin from the moment I tried it in 2011 working for s drinks wholesaler. The green tea smooths it out and the result is a really clean gin. The bottle looks amazing too
8th December 2015
I do agree with the last review. This is a subtle smooth & elegant gin, but a bit too subtle to the point where I start to really lose the taste of the 'gin'. This is a clean & crisp, but a bit too clean. I would say it is cleaner than some vodkas. I, personally, need a bit more of individuality, something that makes it different than the rest.
14th September 2015
The fashion these days seems to be for aggressive and almost wacky tasting gins. I am always up for trying them, and often enjoy them. Beefeater 24 doesn't go that direction at all. It is subtle, smooth, and elegant. And I think it may be my all time favorite.
3rd March 2015
To the person below... I might be wrong but I'm pretty sure the liquid in Tanqueray and Gordon's is exactly the same, with the Gordon's simply diluted to 40%...
11th February 2015
Fantastic, flavour filled gin. I own a few gins and was most surprised by Beefeater 24. An enjoyable, complex, yet easy to drink gin. The downside is it makes me quite emotional, as does Gordan's. Tanqueray and Plymouth gins don't have this affect.
5th January 2015
I expected this to taste of tea, but it doesn't. Tea has numerous compounds in it that "fuse" very well with other flavours making 24 an incredibly mixable gin, perfect for more contemporary cocktails. I highly recommend it!
4th July 2012