Garden Swift Gin 50cl

English Gin • 50cl • 47%
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Garden Swift Gin
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Country English Gin
Distillery/Brand Capreolus

Garden Swift Gin

A stunning English gin from the Capreolus distillery in the Cotswolds. Garden Swift Gin (formerly known as Garden Tiger Gin - the distillers felt that after its big impact worldwide the gin's name deserve to evolve) is made with a meticulously pruned botanical recipe of 34 ingredients, including fresh Sicilian blood orange and flowers from Tillia cordata, a particular variety of small-leaved lime tree native to Britain. It's by no means a traditional gin (distiller Barney Wilczak had no interest in creating one of those), but it's definitively a modern classic.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Apple, peach and citrus, followed by a softly savoury hint of basil leaf and cinnamon.

Palate Resinous pine stands at the fore, joined by violet and honeysuckle floral hints. Another helping of fruity notes in the shape of blueberry and pear.

Finish Enjoyably spicy on the finish with juniper and cinnamon, balanced by a touch of melon.

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Reviews for Garden Swift Gin
Amazing gin!
A firm favourite after first trying a couple of years ago... it is simply an amazing gin!
Goes perfectly with tonic and a slice of orange. Only a shame it's a 50cl bottle!
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Overpowering spices, not as small batch as you'd think
Claims to contain blood orange and flowers but, if so, completely overpowered by cloves. One dimensional, dominated by heavy, dry spice. Also claims to be made by one man in small batches - mine was one of 200 in batch 179, making this 35,800 bottles produced to date. Skeptical.
Stephen T , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Amazing gin
An amazing, unique gin.. one of our favourites.. would definitely recommend!
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Try this Gin if you are a real Gin drinker 🌟
Definitely in my top 3 of Gins, this is a delicious Gin with blood orange in the botanicals, I have over 200 artisan small batch Gins and this is a winner ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Wonderful
Best gin I have ever tried not overpowering tried it with fever tree tonic will try it on it's own thank you for this wonder gin
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Simply The Best!
Simply The Best! We came across this Gin by accident one day a few years ago and love it even more now than when we enjoyed our first glass. A Gin to sip, enjoy and savour.
Emma W , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Superb
I like my gin straight, chilled or shaken straight up. Most gins cannot stand on their own in this manner but this gorgeous, perfectly balanced, incredibly aromatic blend is heralded by it. I think even a good tonic would mask the wonderful subtle complexities here....not something I worry about but just to warn you. Have it straight.
Mother's ruin, indeed. ;-)
Alexsandra , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Top gin.
I had this gin as a present. It is by far the best gin I've had in quite a while. Delicious and light with a delicate smooth flavour in a classic London style.
A really good tonic with a slice of dried orange, perfect.
Jenny , United Kingdom
4 years ago
So good I drink it straight with 1 ice cube!
The best Gin, I have ever tasted. Artisan is an understatement. You have not had Gin until you have had Garden Swift!
Owen J , United Kingdom
5 years ago