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Land Of Saints Gin

(70cl, 40%)

Land Of Saints Gin

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Land Of Saints Gin Bottling Note

Land of Saints hails from Cornwall, and it's a member of the Organisation for Responsible Businesses as well as being partnered with Fauna & Flora International. Alongside juniper, there are 13 other botanicals including pink peppercorn, ginger root, dried rose buds, hyssop, chamomile, violet leaf and blueberry. Cornwall is famous for being the coastal home of 69 saints, so that explains the name!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Fragrant cardamom sits alongside piney juniper, floral rose and violet, leading into a sweet and gently spiced, warming finish.

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Land Of Saints Gin Reviews


This is a high end product without compromise. The quality of the gin is exceptional, and you will enjoy it but even more so when you consider the provenance. True Organic status is incredibly difficult to achieve and the distillery should be commended for bringing this to us.
Refreshing in every sense,

19th March 2020

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