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Jackson's Leicester Dry Gin

(70cl, 40%)

Jackson's Leicester Dry Gin

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Jackson's Leicester Dry Bottling Note

This enjoyably vibrant expression is Jackson's Leicester Dry Gin, which is made in a copper pot still using a selection of 11 botanicals, including the likes of silver birch, elderberries, juniper, and the classic combo of dandelion and burdock. Of course, this ought to be fantastic in a G&T, and you'll want to serve it with a fresh orange peel or a good wedge of grapefruit.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Juniper is bright and bold, with subtle earthiness bolstered by silver birch. Zesty fruit sweetness brings some balance to the palate, along with familiar dandelion and burdock rootsy notes.

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Jackson's Leicester Dry Gin Reviews

Sophisticated

Awesome cool vibrant taste .... thoroughly recommend

27th February 2021

Crisp, Smooth, & Refreshing

I am usually a Henricks drinker, but tried Jackson's recently and was really impressed, crisp, smooth, and refreshing! definitely will be buying again.

Thanks

27th February 2021

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