Bristol Dry Gin 70cl

English Gin • 70cl • 40%
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Bristol Dry Gin
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Country English Gin
Distillery/Brand Bristol Spirits Collective

Bristol Dry Gin

Developed by bartenders and service professionals based in (you’ve guessed it) the UK city of Bristol, Bristol Dry Gin could be your new favourite juniper-based tipple. It’s made in a still called Hazel from an array of classic botanicals (including citrus and angelica root) at a micro-distillery under a hotel in the city, and according to the crew behind it, it’s ‘a local gin for everybody’. Give it a go with tonic, or match it with vermouth.

As you may be aware, Bristol Gin has been in the news recently for after posting an advert on social media that referenced a Donald Trump tweet about "shooting and looting". Many people found this offensive. You can read more about the incident, and our response to it, here.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

A classic-style London Dry, bursting with fresh citrus notes and gentle dry spices along with the elegant juniper. Elderflower, coriander, cassia bark, light florals and allspice all come through.

Winner of 2 spirit awards

Country Winner Gold
Country Winner Gold
Classic Gin - 2021
World Gin Awards
Classic Gin - 2020
World Gin Awards

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Reviews for Bristol Dry Gin
Good for cocktails
Good gin, I would not use it for stirred drinks as there is better gins for the purpose, however shaken drinks it works great. Not a sipping gin, best enjoyed with a flavoured tonic IMO.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Award Winning Classic
Found this gin after it won the World Gin Awards. It's a true classic.
Theo A , United Kingdom
3 years ago
All rounder
Really good day gin. Just what you need for a nice summer, winter, well any day gin!
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Tastes cheap and nasty
Not nice. Won't buy again.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
not good
Worst gin i've tried
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Tastes like rusty batteries.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Sink unblocker
Given a bottle as a gift. I'm assuming the gift giver hates me as this stuff is repulsive. It gave my sink a good clean when I poured it down the drain though.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Made me nauseous
This is a terrible gin, despite what the distillers friends and Mums say below.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Good gin; badly judged social media
For those who don't know, Bristol gin made a tasteless joke on twitter about the BLM protest. All the half star reviews here are in response to that. The post was unacceptable, and the company gets what it deserves in that respect. But MoM reviews should be about the drink itself, not the company; and the gin itself is very good. It stands it's own against many far more expensive rivals.
Ben , United Kingdom
3 years ago
I thought the gin couldn’t be worse than their social media I was wrong!
First heard about this brand after their tasteless attempt of a joke when releasing novichok vodka days after the poison killed a person and rendered someone terminally ill.
I then saw their sad attempt at a joke using a Donald trump quote to advertise their gin earlier this month and then saw that they had been using the white supremacist motto “white lives matter” to wind people up on Social media using their hotel bar account.

So tonight when a friend of mine said they had a new Gin I should try and that it was theirs I already had reservations. Needless to say nothing could have prepared me for the pitiful excuse they’re trying to pass off as Gin. Very little flavour to talk about and a nasty aftertaste left over from the compounding clearly used to make this product.
They should give up on trying to be edgy and funny, whilst educating themselves on race, sexism and being moral human beings and once they’ve done that spend some time working on their product.
Tim , United Kingdom
3 years ago