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Originally created in 1928 by Firmin Filliers, Filliers Dry Gin 28 also uses 28 botanicals in addition to juniper. It is a small batch gin created in copper stills.
The Filliers family had been producing jenever, gin's ancestor, in Belgium since the 19th century and adding gin to their repertoire was perhaps the next logical step. Today, their gin is still made with a secret blend of citrus fruits, herbs and roots.
Nose: Lemon and orange peel support the juniper. Hint of cardamom and fresh coriander.
Palate: More citrus alongside the central juniper, slightly creamy, drying.
Finish: Warming and dry.
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been a drinker of the "jenevers", now discovered 28Herby, full of flavour... enjoying it now with some cucumber and ground black pepper.
22nd April 2015
Imagine a fluffy cat, lazy and comfy on your couch.Worth every star. I'd give a full 10 if not for the price.Smooth taste and combined with the right tonic (I use 1724) can be a definite winner if you're trying to impress your friends.A must in every bar.
21st March 2015
I am just sampling my first (actually, my second...) G&T made will Filliers, having bought myself an early Christmas present. Definitely worth the trip to Belgium for this subtle, elegant gin that has a delicate flavour. A definite find.
22nd December 2014
Soft and sweet, citrical (from oranges) taste mixed with a taste of clove or something spiced!Very soft, almost creamy and a very very long aftertaste! Wonderfull!!The price is high... It's a shame!
11th February 2014