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A beautiful looking gin from Berry Bros. Made to a special recipe, the name No.3 refers to the address of BBR - Number 3, St James's Street. With juniper at its heart, it's also made with three fruits and three spices using copper pot stills.
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I think enough has been said, this is top shelf gin, Top ten pos.There is a special note that makes this gin unique....Get it in the gin cellar....
1st November 2016
It develops from an initial taste in the mouth, on the pallet, into something really smooth but true to the real gin flavours. Yes I could drink this all night it is a true gin memory with a smoothness found in Brockmans but without the intense Mandarin note.... it's a smooth juniper with a note of drink me, take me..... if you like Hendricks and brockmans, then this is going to be another unique gin with a true flavour.You could drink it all night and not get fed-up of it.....
splendid discovery, thanks to the MoM editor's comments (never miss a point, those guys!)
19th September 2016
I was sceptical as I didn't think a gin could possibly taste better than Hendricks! I think this one does though...
17th January 2016
... & I like Hendricks!Very nice gin. In a world full of gins that taste the same, this gin has a difference in taste that makes it better than the other 14 in my drinks cabinet
9th September 2015
One of the best gin I ever tasted, maybe the best for a Martini.
17th February 2013
Great in any lemon cocktail - worth having in your bar at home.
30th May 2012