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The Beverage Tasting Institute awarded this 97 points and declared this the best gin in the world and the spirit of the year. Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength is citrussy and spicy, with a lovely mouth feel.
Nose: Grapefruit peel, thick cut marmalade, generous earthy juniper and a spicy kick of cardamom.
Palate: Juniper becomes sweeter on the palate, though just as generous. Menthol, orange peel and peppercorn.
Finish: Refreshing with plenty of fragrant herbs and a pinch of cracked black pepper.
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I recently tried this as part of a worlds best tasting set. I have to say, this is a really clean, juniper heavy treat. It's pretty classic, and I liked me with quite a generous amount of lime - indeed the longer the lime was in there, the better it got. Just a really crisp, clean, pleasant, classic gin. I'd definitely buy the full bottle.
27th February 2017
Not having tasted every gin in the world, I'm not sure I can declare this the best however, of the gins I have tried, it's certainly the best gin I've tasted.Smooth beyond words, this refreshing gin is a perfect balance between spirit and taste, having a lighly oily texture. I just can't justify adding tonic (no matter how good) and I heartily recommend drinking Miller's Westbourne straight with a lump of ice. It needs nothing else!
2nd April 2014