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Garden Swift Gin

(50cl, 47%)

Garden Swift Gin

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Garden Swift Gin Bottling Note

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

Multi-layered with ripe fruits, sweet spices, resinous pine and floral notes.

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Garden Swift Gin Reviews

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!

25th October 2018

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