Contractor’s Classic Dry Gin 70cl

English Gin • 70cl • 41%
Product details
Contractor’s Classic Dry Gin
Country English Gin
Distillery/Brand Contractor’s

Contractor's Dry Gin

Distilled in the Sussex countryside, Contractor’s Classic Dry Gin is made using carefully selected botanicals including classic juniper, but the stars of the show are hibiscus flower and lemongrass. It’s made by the DedBest Distillery, founded by friends Bob Dedman and Damian Best, former construction workers who turned their dream of creating a distillery in to a reality.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Smooth and clean with fresh citrus and fragrant floral notes.

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Reviews for Contractor’s Classic Dry Gin
Unique, perfectly balanced, flavoursome gin!
The MoM description doesn't do this justice! Of our gin collection of circa 40 bottles, this one is right up there; superbly balanced and incredibly flavoursome; you really get the lemon and cinnamon! We've met Damian a couple of times at events, a top man with a clear passion for what he's producing. This will be a staple for us!
Andy C , United Kingdom
10 months ago
So fresh and so clean.
This is one of the greats, fantastic fresh crisp citrus flavour and tastes fantastic even without tonic. One to recommend for sure.
Marc , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Fragrant & Delicious
Probably the tastiest gin I've ever had. You can really taste the botanicals and it smells incredible!
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Quite outstanding. Aromatic and fruity but managing to retain the essential dryness of true gin. Best served with plain Indian tonic.
Geoff Gunner , United Kingdom
2 years ago