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Gillemore Magical Gin

(50cl, 46%)

Gillemore Magical Gin

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Gillemore Magical Gin Bottling Note

Gillemore Magical Gin comes to us all the way from Belgium, and is made using a combination of 16 specially selected botanicals. Also, the bottle is shaped a bit like an Erlenmeyer flask, which we enjoy greatly.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Fresh citrus peels, a hint of blueberry sweetness, earthy juniper and pine needles.

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Gillemore Magical Gin Reviews

A quality, fruity Belgium gin

Definately a pleasant gin to drink neat. Ordered it at Razmataz gin bar Amsterdam after a Fever Tree brand- orientated gin tonic clinic. Had Roku gin prior but that one was too bitter to my tastes.
Appearance: clear, water wite
Nose: Clean, Citrussy-sweet, passionfruit, minor juniper, low to medium intensity.
Palate: Pleasant medium intensity, soft, smooth mouthfeel, good balance between watery and oily, more sweet citrus, pine, something fruity yes.
A fruitier after showing some complexity, short length.

14th March 2019

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