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Leeds Gin

(70cl, 40%)

Leeds Gin

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Leeds Gin Bottling Note

Leeds - the home of a number of top sports team, great bands (like Chumbawamba and Gang of Four) and now Leeds Gin! This tasty tipple is made with a combination of juniper, coriander, ginger and Yorkshire forced rhubarb - they recommend enjoying it in a G&T with a slice of fresh orange peel.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Drying and subtly sweet, fresh rhubarb does indeed shine through.

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Leeds Gin Reviews

Worth buying

Excellent neat with ice and the glass wiped with an orange quarter.
Smooth and fruity with a hint of ginger.
Very enjoyable.

10th May 2018

Perfection in a glass

Love this Gin and being from my home town makes even more special

6th April 2018

Local gin

Tastes great from a newly converted G&T drinker.

21st February 2018

Smooth and easy drinking

Tried this new gin a few weeks ago in a bar in Leeds and was so impressed I've bought a few bottles since. Top marks to this tasty tipple!

28th September 2016

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