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Mataroa Mediterranean Dry Gin

(70cl, 41.5%)

Mataroa Mediterranean Dry Gin

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Mataroa Mediterranean Gin Bottling Note

Mataroa Mediterranean Dry Gin is produced in Greece by a long-running, family-owned distillery. It features a selection of 12 botanicals: juniper, orange, lemon, mandarin, Greek mastic, chamomile, bay leaf, liquorice, angelica, coriander, lavender, and orris. Wonderfully flavoursome and complex, it suits all sorts of classic serves, from Brambles to Martinis.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Bold, oily juniper arrives first, before liquorice and fresh citrus notes. Soon enough, mint leaf and an almost smoky hint of peppercorn develop.

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Mataroa Mediterranean Dry Gin Reviews

Totally worth the Mediterranean

It makes you travel from the first sip. I choose a simple Indian tonic and orange zest. Easy to drink and delicious

11th March 2021

Great choice!

With its pronounced piney juniper, Mataroa will not offend London Dry traditionalists but its well-integrated Mediterranean flavors, particularly bay leaf and mastic will appeal to those seeking gins expressing characteristics from their origin.

3rd March 2021

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