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Knockeen Hills Elderflower Gin 70cl

(70cl, 43%)

Knockeen Hills Elderflower Gin 70cl

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Knockeen Elderflower 70cl Bottling Note

A surprisingly smooth London ‘Cut’ Dry Gin created from the Irish Whey Spirit Knockeen Hills distil for their Poteen. This version uses Elderflower as one of the botanicals.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Predominant juniper almost hides the subtle elderflower in a spirituous nose.

Palate: Dry with a slight salinity.

Finish: Soft and fairly long.

Overall: An interesting gin that would be a perfect cocktail base.

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Knockeen Hills Elderflower Gin 70cl Reviews

Almost as good as the heather version

Almost as good as the heather version but better suited to cocktails with it's more quirky botanicals.

Suprisingly the heather version is smoother & more subtle for drinkin on the rocks even though this 1's lower abv.

Strange oddity this 1 has a rubber cork & the heather 1 is actual cork.

5th October 2020

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