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Dà Mhìle Seaweed Gin

(70cl, 42%)

Dà Mhìle Seaweed Gin
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Dà Mhìle Seaweed Gin Bottling Note

From the Welsh Dà Mhìle Distillery comes Seaweed Gin, which is made with a variation on their small batch gin, and then infused with seaweed from the Newquay coast for three weeks to impart a coastal character (and also imparts a very subtly green hue). Before it's bottled, Dà Mhìle Seaweed Gin is triple filtered. It was designed to compliment seafood, which is rather interesting, so crack out the oysters!

Why not try a Dirty Dà Mhìle Seaweed Martini? Combine 1 part Dà Mhìle Seaweed Gin, 2 parts Sweet Vermouth and 1 part Olive Juice in a mixing glass with ice and stir. Strain into a martini glass and garnish with an Olive. Seaweed Gin also makes a great G&T, try garnishing yours with kiwi.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Garden herbs - fennel and dill - lead the nose, and there’s a suggestion of mint. Touches of cardamon and pepper follow slowly, and then there’s a wave of coastal saltiness.

Palate: Pocket-tin spearmints burst to life, complemented by dashes of lemon juice and a spray of sea salt. The seaweed is obvious without overpowering the gin’s savoury juniper and peppery spice notes. Fragrant eucalyptus gives a slightly medicinal quality to round off a refined palate.

Finish: Incredibly refreshing, like how you would imagine a mermaid’s toothpaste to be. It’s so, very, smooth, with a lot going on.

Overall: Beautifully composed, managing to be sophisticated, fun and intriguing all at once.

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Dà Mhìle Seaweed Gin Reviews

Love it

Amazing ! One of my favourites ! 100%

10th February 2018

The best gin

Love love this gin - by far my favourite

26th November 2017

This is the most beautiful , refreshing drink I have ever tasted , superb with an equal measure of tonic , no ice , absolutely superb.

Just had a few samples of your Seaweed Gin courtesy of Hayley Matthews .

23rd November 2017

Umami flavours that go great with lemon and dill

My No1 Gin. The subtle savoury (umami) taste pairs well with Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic, a slice of lemon and dill garnish. Gin perfection!

2nd April 2017

Best ever Gin

Tried it in wales, several years ago. went to the distillery....... fabulous.
Tried lots since. All good.
But.............. tried another bottle last week......... the best ever. Just try it.😋😋

24th November 2016

Lovely gin

Green color and lovely flavour ! Goes well with Martini. I had some in Wales during my holidays, a great taste for a seaside break !

25th August 2016

excellent

Goes wonderfully with Fever Tree Elderflower, 4-1.

27th July 2016

More than love it

Super-clean fresh taste, definite seaweed end. Brilliant!

17th July 2016

Love it

Currently my No1 choice, with Schweppes tonic, loads of ice and slices of lime.

13th January 2016

Seaweed Gin...Wow!!

An unusual wonderful gin. Describing the taste. Crisp, fresh, clean with rounded hint of seaweed. Yes it does go wonderfully well with sea food.
I have chilled in the freezer and tried it neat..and its actually quite nice. Goes well with a good tonic. It is quite different without being a gimmick.

4th November 2015

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