Brockmans Intensely Smooth Gin 70cl

English Gin • 70cl • 40%
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Brockmans Intensely Smooth Gin
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From Brockmans distillery comes Brockmans Intensely Smooth Gin. Its unique selection of botanicals including Tuscan juniper berries, Bulgarian coriander, blueberries, blackberries and bittersweet Valencian orange peel are steeped in grain spirit. It is then distilled in a 100 year old copper still, with the final gin boasting, as its name may suggest, an intensely smooth profile. The moody and opaque bottle is somewhat alluring...

Try mixing up a Maratini with this delicious recipe below!

60ml Brockmans Gin

60ml Pink grapefruit juice

30ml Maraschino liqueur

7.5ml Lemon juice

7.5ml Sugar syrup

Add all the ingredients to a shaker filled with ice, and give it a good shake. Double strain into a chilled martini glass. Flambé* a strip of pink grapefruit peel over the glass and wipe the peel around the rim. Garnish with a slice of pink grapefruit or peg of citrus peel and enjoy!

*Hold a lit match a few inches above the glass. From a couple of inches away, squeeze the grapefruit peel towards the flame.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Fruity nose with hints of cooked fruit, strawberry, damson jam, hints of blossom and almond.

Palate Nutty, fruity palate. Blueberries, juniper and soft aniseed notes.

Finish Short, with liquorice root and herbs.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Super Premium - 2020
The Gin Masters (The Spirits Business)

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This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Brockmans Intensely Smooth Gin
Reminds me not so fondly of childhood... Cough syrup in gin form.
I have enjoyed many floral, herbal, and berry gins so this is not the rantings of a dry juniper purist.

Simply bad... Nose is sickly berry sweet, barely drinkable neat with the alcohol to cut the overwhelming berry. Mixed with some tonic it is straight up Benylin cough syrup. PTSD trigger here. After I managed to get out of a quivering fetal position I came to see if I was the only one. Apparently not LOL.

I'd write more but the review "All the taste of Benylin but without the opiates." has already won the thread.
Daryle T , Canada
one year ago
Divisive, smooth, pleasant, sweet, highly drinkable (for me)
Wow this one really divides the crowd. Well, taste in gin is quite a personal thing. I can confirm that I am a gin lover, do drink a wide variety of gins and this one is very drinkable and pleasant to me. It is very smooth and surprisingly sweet without being in any way sickly. It isn't bold the way that Hendrick's Midsummer clobbers you round the chops, but it is a softer gin in that vein. Maybe that's not what everyone is looking for in a gin, but I'm glad I tried it. Distinctive in its quiet way and may become a regular on my gin shelf! ;)
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Cough medicine
Agree with the other reviews , sorry Brockmans, but this misses by miles. Reminded me of cough syrup, childhood Benylin doses!! Sickly sweet smell on the nose and taste, not what I classify as a real drink for grown ups!
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Mega Brockers
My wife and I have been drinking Brockmans for over ten years now,and it’s one of our favourite gins,I think anyone who doesn’t love Brockmans is mmmmm !
Mark W , United Kingdom
3 years ago
All the taste of Benylin but without the opiates.
I drink gin to keep thin, and the nose and mouthfeel of Brockmans gives off a heightened sense of dead calories. It is unnervingly sweet. The taste is watered down Benylin. And that's Benylin without that cosy codeine hug. Just headachy berry sucrose. I can't find any other botanicals in there, it is about as complex as a glade plug-in and as subtle as a yankee candle.

Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Very sorry but I don’t regard that it tastes like a gin in any way. I agree with another reviewer who mentions “cheap liquor” as, to me, it does have a cheap liquor/firewater taste, badly masked by the airy fairy cheap waft of blackcurrant. So many people love it. I don’t think there is a mixer that could ever work with it or a piece of fruit to complement it. Not a pleasure to drink just an annoyance. As they say, “curiosity killed the cat”. And , “you can’t fool all the people, all of the time”. An expensive mistake!
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
The best.
My favourite gin. Needs to be paired with a standard tonic, not a flavoured one so you can taste the gin.
Phil P , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Fantastic gin
The best gin overall, drinkable for all in it's pure form.
Bo Michael , Denmark
3 years ago
Best gin I’ve had!
My favourite
Kate H , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Fantastic gin, definitely underrated.
This is most definitely my favourite gin. Served over ice with a good (regular, not slim or flavoured) tonic, with a slice of grapefruit. It's more fruity than botanical but it's subtle and delicious.
Kelly G , United Kingdom
3 years ago