Botanical Democracy Gin - FEW Spirits (That Boutique-y Gin Company) 50cl

American Gin • 50cl • 46.2%
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Botanical Democracy Gin - FEW Spirits (That Boutique-y Gin Company)
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Country American Gin
Distillery/Brand FEW Spirits
Bottler That Boutique-y Gin Company

Botanical Democracy Gin

It's botanical democracy with That Boutique-y Gin Company's first bottling from the Illinois-based FEW Spirits - the back label calls it Brexit Gin, with some botanicals voting in and others voting out! Juniper, coriander, lime and fennel are all here, while lemon, orange, orris and angelica have decided to sit this one out.

This is a limited release of 1,000 bottles.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Bright citrus blossoms develop, with a green hint of fennel in support.

Palate Sweet and still floral (almost Turkish Delight-esque). Crisp lime peel notes, followed by aromatic coriander.

Finish Exotic spice lingers on the finish.

Overall Lime is very much centre stage here, but it's by no means a one-note gin.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Winner
Winner
Best Design & Packaging - Spirits - 2017
The Drinks Business Awards

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This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Botanical Democracy Gin - FEW Spirits (That Boutique-y Gin Company)
A marmite gin - you either love it or hate it!
I love this gin! But it's definitely very unusual. Lots of exotic lime and aniseed flavour, goes very well with Lamb & Watt Basil tonic and a twist of lime peel. Try it - you might love it! (Maybe buy a sample first!)
Lucy P , United Kingdom
5 years ago
Yummy Turkish delight
I love this gin.
Smells odd but tastes just like Turkish delight.
Good with Mediterranean or aromatic tonic.
SJ G , United Kingdom
5 years ago
Definitely a change
This is not a subtle gin. It's pleasant to drink but almost too in your face. It's a little trying to hard, asking the question: can you taste this? Flavours delivered with a punch bag. Ticking the boxes...Good if you want to shake things up, if you're looking for a gin with a very strong taste. I liked drinking it, variety is the spice of life. Get a taster and decide for yourself!
Carol S , France
5 years ago
Awful
First time ever that I have tipped a full G&T down the sink. Awful smell and didn’t enjoy at all!
Rebecca D , United Kingdom
6 years ago
The first gin I haven’t been able to drink
One of the strangest gins that I’ve tried. Very strong essence of floral notes that blast away at the palate before crisper notes take hold towards the end. Didn’t enjoy it all I’m afraid.
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
just gor-jus
Holy moly....divine
Master of Malt Customer
7 years ago
Gimlet lovers take note
The Kaffir Lime leaf influence here is absolutely huge. This smells like a combination of an incredibly fresh Thai Curry, and Rose's Lime Cordial. The palate is similarly huge, but with an intriguing undercurrent of spice (chilli spice) as well as the obvious juniper. This is probably my favourite gin of the last few years - it's quite unlike anything else you'll ever try, and I simply can't recommend it highly enough.
Master of Malt Customer
7 years ago