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A Spanish gin made using 12 botanicals which are distilled five times. Larios 12 is made with botanicals including wild juniper, nutmeg, angelica root, coriander, Mediterranean lemon, orange, tangerine, mandarin, clementine, grapefruit, lime and orange blossom.
Nose: Tangy, aromatic nose with huge citrus notes. Fresh flowers and herbs too.
Palate: Herbal and very spicy with an abundance of citrus zest in all forms, as well as blossom, potpourri and cardamom.
Finish: Coriander and juniper.
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Very pleasantly refreshing gin. Being a bit of a gin snob, I had not expected much of this Spanish imposter; boy was I wrong, it's fantastic.
1st March 2017
Gin - blagh, until I was served Larios and Grenadine as a digestif. I absolutely loved it.
22nd January 2017
Always loved Latinos gin. Then this year at Xmas on our return from tenerife the airport had the new 12, so I got a couple of them and a couple of the regular one, both litres, and at exceptional cheep prices. 12 in my mind to me is far superior to Bombay sapphire. And for anyone interested regular Latinos is delicious with cucumber instead of lemon.
12th January 2016
I purchased this quite by accident. Surprised at the complexity of the mix of botanicals. Mixed with Dolin dry vermouth [10-ml], and a twist of lemon, it makes a prefect Martini.
11th December 2015
I think it's amazing, with fever tree tonic awesome
26th May 2015
Larios 12 is made with botanicals including wild juniper, nutmeg, angelica root, coriander, Mediterranean lemon, orange, tangerine, mandarin, clementine, grapefruit, lime and orange blossom... and ANTIFREEZE!
2nd August 2014
With the broad availability of reasonable to quite good gins in this range, there's really no reason to buy Larios unless the doctors gave you one month to live and you're on a mission to spend all your money before you croak.These guys are clearly going for a contemporary, citrusy gin, but because they're distilling it so damn much it comes across as lifeless. For my money Whitley Neill and Darnley's View are doing this much better.
21st May 2014