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Ferdinand's Saar Dry Gin features a particularly intricate recipe, with 30 different botanicals in the mix, including thyme, sloe and rose hip, among (many) others. As if that wasn't enough, the German distillers add a very specific amount of fruity, semi-sweet Riesling. There's lots going on in Ferdinand's Saar Dry Gin, but it's all well balanced and yummy - it's really quite an experience!
Nose: Fragrant, natural notes of lavender and lemongrass, with a little bit of real citrus shortly following. Fresh juniper, lively though not at the forefront.
Palate: Lemons, limes and thyme. Juniper at the centre, though once again it lets the surrounding flavours take the driver's seat. Warming notes of ginger.
Finish: Long and full of fruit notes.
Overall: Saar Dry Gin will definitely stick in your mind for a long while afterwards.
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Plenty of botanicals which of course doesn't necessarily guarantee quality but this German gin is crafted beautifully and the dash of Reisling only adds to the complexity. It comes beautifully wrapped too.
3rd October 2016
This was a lovely fresh light tasting gin , one of those rare ones that invoke a summer evening . Served with a fever tree tonic and ice definitely one to return to. If you don't like the first hit of juniper this arrives at the end after you have tasted the lemon and fizz reminiscent of the Reisling wine, not overly sweet.
22nd August 2016
Smooth, tasty with beautiful fresh flavors to the nose
22nd May 2016
I cannot begin to list the exceptional qualities of this quite exquisite gin. For me it was like sipping on a liquid lemon sherbert, and the idea of adding tonic was, for once, something that did not even cross my mind. Drink it neat and you will experience that wonderful deep and complex flavour that the Riesling adds to the already heady gingery fizziness that hits you immediately. This quickly rose above all other gins I own and has almost made me loth to ever drink anything else. It's worth the price as the quality shines through from the first sip. Add this to your booze cabinet and impress gin lovers and loathers alike as I'm sure they'll be turned into inthusiasts as soon as they try it. Quite simply put, a beautiful, exciting and very unique gin which will make your tastebuds high five your mouth.
15th December 2015
Very lovely gin couldn't taste the reisling
12th December 2014
very strong lavender nose, strong taste, dry gin, nice if you like this style.
9th December 2014
Hard, if not impossible to compare this to another gin. League of its own.
30th August 2014