Death's Door Gin 70cl

American Gin • 70cl • 47%
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Country American Gin
Distillery/Brand Death's Door

Death's Door Gin

A fantastic American gin for all your Martini needs. Death's Door Gin is made with a base spirit of wheat from Washington Island and malted barley from Wisconsin, as well as a small selection of botanicals (juniper, coriander and fennel), and is bottled at a robust 47% ABV. It really is amazing how so few botanicals can result in such a big, full-bodied flavour profile. Straight away, you'll find powerful but balanced notes of all three botanicals appear clear as day, carried on a clean, creamy spirit. Incredibly impressive.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Spicy nose with juniper berries to the fore, hints of coriander and menthol.

Palate A mix of tangy coriander and juniper, with hints of soft, sweet spices, saffron and caraway.

Finish Herbal, spiced finish. Quite dry.

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Winner of 1 spirit awards

Gin - London Dry - 2017
International Wine & Spirit Competition

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This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Death's Door Gin
If u like the taste of pernod, sambuka or Liquorice then u will like this. I dont, esp in my gin.!! I prefer smooth gins such as Cambridge, Martin Millers, Kings Hill etc. Not 4 me this one.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Slimline Sambuca
It is a bold move to limit the number of botanicals. And a cocksure brand name.

Coriander on the nose, juniper passing like a high-speed train. And then all we have left is fennel, which lingers at sambuca levels, long after the spirit has warmed the... spirit.

Personally I find the fennel drop overbearing. Its drinkable but almost liquorice sweet.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Lovely gin
Love this delicate gin. Fantastic flavour and smooth easy finish
Jayne T , United Kingdom
3 years ago
I love this gin. On my second bottle now. The first thing I get on the nose is fennel. Fever Tree Mediterranean tonic really complements this gin well.
Natalie , United Kingdom
3 years ago
A superb smooth gin
My favourite gin. I'm a fan of flavoured gins but this straight no nonsense gin is the best. Super smooth with an subtle liquorice kick. Superb
DEANA K , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Best gin out there!
I first tried this at a local gin bar, and wow this stuff tastes fantastic, it's cleaner and crisp than most other gins I've tried, it's also very strong! Make your tongue twang for sure.
matthew N , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Super good
Drinking DD for first time at Dawn Til Pawn Bar Manchester UK. It’s super good. Love it.
Leigh , United Kingdom
3 years ago
A really nice gin.
A really nice gin with a lovely subtle flavour profile. Goes well with a bruised mint leaf and bruised orange rind to release their flavours into the gin and provide a very drinkable G&T.
The G , Australia
4 years ago
Well worth trying
Very tasty gin, has a subtle taste of Pernod
Michelle D , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Nice change of pace
I like a gin with a bite. The simplicity of the flavors lets you discern all three. I'm having it in a martini with a splash of Noilly Pratt vermouth and a twist. It's big, with a bite, but the coriander and fennel to my mind overpower the juniper. I like it, but it's new ground for me.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago