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Hayman's Small Gin

(20cl, 43%)

Hayman's Small Gin

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Hayman's Small Gin Bottling Note

Hayman's Small Gin is a full-strength gin with stronger botanical flavours designed to reduce the amount of spirit required to make a good G&T. In theory, it reduces alcohol consumption by 80%, as the small 20cl bottle is intensely flavoured with botanicals, which means just 5ml of Hayman’s Small Gin is required - handily, the bottle comes with a 5ml thimble!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Piney juniper, fennel and bright citrus peel, with coriander spice underneath.

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Hayman's Small Gin Reviews

Nice gin, but expensive but lives up to description

I was pulled in by the details of this gin and am not disappointed. Its quite a sweet gin and not quite as strong as I thought it might be, but I agree that 5ml would replace a 25ml shot. I mixed 10ml with 150ml tonic and it tastes good.

3rd October 2019

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