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Cotswolds Dry Gin

(70cl, 46%)

Cotswolds Dry Gin

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Cotswolds Dry Gin Bottling Note

The Cotswolds Distillery in Stourton is up and running - hooray! This is their Cotswolds Dry Gin, made with juniper, coriander and angelica root macerated in their pure wheat spirit for 24 hours. Following this, they add a botanical selection including bay leaf, grapefruit, lime, black pepper, cardamom seed and Cotswolds lavender to their carter head still for distillation. To bring it down to bottling strength, a robust 46% ABV, they use naturally refined Cotswolds water.

The Cotswolds Distillery also released its own single malt whisky in 2017 - so you can get your hands on a bottle now!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Light, floral juniper blends well with the Cotswolds lavender. This soon gives way to the vibrant grapefruit peel and warming cardamom.

Palate: Opening with grapefruit, fresh juniper and black pepper, followed by herbaceous notes of bay leaf, coriander and angelica. More lavender brings a bright, delicate character to the full-bodied gin.

Finish: Refreshingly clean on the palate, with lime and bay leaf.

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Cotswolds Dry Gin Reviews

Best Gin bar (almost) none

I don't drink a lot of gin but tried this at the distillery yesterday and loved it and bought a bottle The lavender is really evident on the nose and it has an excellent flavour either neat or mixed with the uniper evident but not dominant. The non-chill filtration means you get a light bloom in your drink with ice & tonic which is a nice twist. Wished I had waited to get home and order a botlle from MoM - £35 at this distillery! Only Jin Talog Bay leaf gin has beaten this for me.

7th June 2021

👍

Hi
I love it, outstanding taste.
Please let me now when you can ship to Sweden.
Best regards Jan Persson

25th September 2020

smooth and light but little taste

I've been trying a few of the gins using the 3cl samples (great fun!). I find this one is smooth but too light and subtle for me. Very easy to drink but no so satisfying.

30th July 2020

An authentic and zippy Gin. No turning back!

We have been drinking Gin for years. Have many favourites But Cotswold Dry Gin has to be our new favourite. It is exquisite and beautifully balanced leaving the palate begging for more! We have been converting our friends!

24th June 2020

Best there is

Cotswold dry Gin is beautiful the best I’ve ever tasted. I went on a tour of the distillery Around 3 yrs ago and after having a sample had to buy a bottle and haven’t stopped praising it since

9th May 2020

one of the best

can't fault this gin, punchy juniper and grapefruit. So much flavour! definitely in my top 5

14th January 2020

Must buy

Extremely enjoyable gin. Now working our way through our second bottle. Highly recommended.

29th December 2019

Awful variation on gin

My wife bought me this as a birthday present. I had read the label and it stated that it was a version of a London him so she bought a bottle. To my surprise when I added the tonic it turned a funny colour and it tasted nothing like a London gin. Very strong lavender tones and frankly quite horrible. If I had known about the lavender then I would have avoided it. Mis selling when you go by the label. My advice is avoid at all costs. Expensive and unpalatable.

15th September 2019

Excellent gin for both G&T and Martinis

Lets leave the distillers to argue about whether a gin should or should not louche (become cloudy when tonic is added due to the formation of light oil emulsions), this is a great gin for both G&T and Martini.

If you like Martini, an extra dry Vermouth such as Sacred English Dry works really well

10th August 2019

Sensational

Mixed with fever tree Indian tonic and accompanied with slice of pink grapefruit - sensational!!!

31st December 2018

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