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East London Liquor Company Premium Gin Batch No.2

(70cl, 47%)

East London Liquor Company Premium Gin Batch No.2
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E.L.L.C. Batch No.2 Bottling Note

The second batch of premium gin from the Bow-based East London Liquor Company, once again with a variation on their signature gin. A herbaceous expression, packed with juniper, coriander seeds, angelica root, thyme, bay leaf, sage, lemon peel, winter savory, fennel seeds, orris root and lavender. It's also been bottled at a robust 47% ABV.

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East London Liquor Company Premium Gin Batch No.2 Reviews

Just the best.

This and the batch number 1 are my favourite gins of all time. Even neat they have a special flavour which simply seems missing in all of the standard commercial brands which are quite honestly bland by comparison. If you are having these gins with tonic then don't waste your money on lessor brands but insist on Fever Tree original.

27th June 2017

LLCP GIN BATCH 2

Smooth and very fruity with juniper berry in the foreground. Great straight or with tonuc

8th December 2015

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