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Hernö Navy Strength Gin

(50cl, 57%)

Hernö Navy Strength Gin
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Hernö Navy Strength Gin Bottling Note

A Navy Strength, small batch gin from the Swedish distillery Hernö. Navy Strength means that gunpowder would still ignite if some of the high-strength gin was spilt on it. Not sure how much gunpowder a Swedish artisan gin distillery is going to come into contact with, but it's still a fantastic gin!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fresh as a huge bundle of daisies, although we didn't smell any daisies. We would have changed it to "Fresh as a big bundle of pine trees and herbs", but that doesn't make much sense.

Palate: For a Navy strength gin, it's surprisingly mild, certainly milder than the regular Herno Dry. It's geared much more towards a creamy, vanilla taste.

Finish: A modern, tasty gin from a cold country that would greatly suit a warm day.

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Hernö Navy Strength Gin Reviews


Totally fantastic!! Best!

27th April 2018

Strong, flowery, delightful!

The navy strength (57%) enhances the strength of the flavours and this is definitely flowery (rose) and citrus. I drink it with Fever Tree Indian Tonic, a lemon part and some dried rose flowers.

Although opinions differ, I like the more explicit floral taste. It's distinctly different from other gins and that's not a bad thing at all!

15th December 2015

Totally understand

I understand why it was the most awarded at Gin Masters 2013!

31st May 2014

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