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Wight Mermaids Gin

(70cl, 42%)

Wight Mermaids Gin

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Wight Mermaids Gin Bottling Note

A gin with a sense of place, being made with Isle of Wight rock samphire and Boadicea hops alondside juniper, coriander seeds, fresh lemon zest, grains of paradise, angelica, liquorice, orris and elderflower.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Earthy sweetness and some citrus zing with a touch of sea air and warming pepper.

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Wight Mermaids Gin Reviews

Far too expensive pensive

It's Gin.... Paying for the label

15th August 2018

Lovely fresh complex spirit

Complex, smooth, clean, citrusy with a hint of saltiness. A beautiful craft gin.

22nd March 2017

Refreshing Gin

Really nice, easy to drink gin. Excellent as a gin and tonic and seems like it would work well with most other cocktails (or straight up in a martini).

18th January 2017

Lovely with Cucumber!

So refreshing yet not overpowering. Tastes wonderful with cucumber or on its one with a few crushed juniper berries.

14th December 2016

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