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A London Dry Gin made with botanicals from along the traditional spice route that led back to the UK. Indonesian Cubeb berries, Indian black pepper and Moroccan coriander are all used in this gin, launched by Quintessential Brands in 2013.
Nose: Coriander and citrus, gentle juniper and peppery notes.
Palate: More discernible spiciness and juniper with plenty of coriander.
Finish: Refreshing with citrus and spice.
Overall: A handsome gin that's playfully spiced.
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Quite a gentle but refreshing taste, if you like bursting botanicals then this won't be for you!
3rd April 2016
This is a lovely gin, a tasty alternative to the norm. Smarty elegant pants needs a refreshing kick up their ass. P.S. please introduce me to your friend whose sweat smells like gin.
13th March 2016
You can really taste the black pepper and spices in the finish. Very smooth, even with cheap tonic. Beautiful.
29th February 2016
As a lover of gin I do not like this! The taste is quite elegant with a nicely balanced group of spices. However, to me it lacks a refreshing kick and it has a scent that unfortunately is reminiscent of sweat.
15th February 2016
Way above average.
6th February 2016
Don't get me wrong, this would taste good at any time of the year, but for me its warm, smooth and slightly spicy flavour are perfect on a cold evening when I want a change from whisky. Currently drinking it with Fever Tree naturally light Indian tonic and a slice of lime, lovely!
16th November 2015
Love this. It's beautifully well balanced with a very purfumy-spice flavour of cardamom, pepper and coriander. Whilst it makes for an interesting g&t I found my preferred mixer to be cranberry juice. It just seems to work really well and brings out the flavours of the gin. It's cheaper than a lot of premium brands as well which is a bonus.
5th September 2015
Tried this for the first time on Sat. Barman served over ice and wedges of orange studded with cloves. So so good. On my shopping list
30th August 2015
what a great gin but Adnams Copper House is even better
14th June 2015
In response to my previous post named "fabulous" I meant to say fever tree tonic water.
13th March 2015
A great bottle of gin! Very easy to drink. I agrree with another review: it tastes beautiful even with cheap tonic water compared to other, less favourable brands of gin. To make it even better have with Ophir tonic water and of course with any G&T it needs to be ice cold.
We drink it with bog standard tonic water and love it. This is Gin at another level!
7th March 2015
We've been serving it with apple juice and a lime/apple garnish.It's incredibly popular; very distinctive peppery taste.
21st February 2015
An unusual and very distinctive take on gin. The spicing may be a little pronounced for some, but works very well with Fever Tree lemon tonic. I need to do some more experimenting re it's use in a Martini.
12th December 2014
Served with a slice of red chilli and a quality tonic (my choice is Fentiman's), this is a quality, refreshing drink and a welcome change in direction. x
26th July 2014
I had it served with a stick of cinnamon and slice of orange. I immediately thought of Christmas and it's warm oriental spiciness enhanced that thought. A must for my stocking this Yule.
9th June 2014
This is a good, unusual gin. I had it in a bar and they served it with half a red chilli as a garnish. It is pretty spicy but still with that gin taste. Something different to try for sure
1st October 2013