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Hussingtree Asparagus Gin

(70cl, 40%)

Hussingtree Asparagus Gin

Sorry about this...

We can't actually ship Hussingtree Asparagus Gin to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

In the meantime, our friends over at The Whisky Shop might be able to help you out.

Thank you for your support and understanding 🙂

-The folks at Master of Malt

Hussingtree Asparagus Gin Bottling Note

Well, here is something you don't see every day... Asparagus Gin! It took Hussingtree six months to perfect the recipe, and local Worcestershire asparagus is enhanced by local brine salt alongside other slightly more traditional botanicals. It's certainly a tipple to spark conversation round the table, while still tasting delicious! The folks at the distillery recommend garnishing this one in a G&T with a few fresh mint leaves.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Slightly nutty, with fresh vegetal notes leading into piney juniper, with cucumber freshness and a pinch of salt.

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Hussingtree Asparagus Gin Reviews

Lovely

Very nice! Great in a G+T, clean and crisp and definitely tastes of asparagus, but even better in a dry and dirty martini

22nd July 2020

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