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Four Marys Forever Fresh Gin

(50cl, 40%)

Four Marys Forever Fresh Gin

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Four Marys Forever Fresh Bottling Note

A colour-changing gin from the Linlithgow Distillery over in Scotland! Forever Fresh is the third release in the Four Marys series from the distillery, named after Mary Queen of Scots' four ladies in waiting. This expression was made with Mary Beaton in mind, who became a nun after her Queen died, totally changing her life. Hence why a colour-changing gin seemed only fitting! The addition of butterfly pea flowers gives the gin its striking blue colour, though with a splash of tonic it'll become pink. A great party trick.

Also, Forever Fresh would be a great album name. Something to think about.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Fresh and piney juniper and eucalyptus, with refreshing citrus, namely lemon verbena, with a dash of cooling menthol on the finish.

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Four Marys Forever Fresh Gin Reviews

Love it!

love this gin. I’ve never tasted anything like it. It is perfectly named.

12th November 2019

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