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Míl Gin

(70cl, 42%)

Míl Gin

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Míl Gin Bottling Note

Enjoy the flavours of the Mediterranean via Ireland with Míl Gin. This lip-smacking tipple is made with a host of delicious and intriguing botanicals including olive, thyme, gooseberry, rosemary, basil, bergamot, almond and juniper (among others). Excellent in a G&T garnished with fresh berries, but we reckon it'll make a brilliant Gin Martini too...

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Sweet, refreshing juniper up front, followed by vibrant citrus. Balancing hints of orris root and earthy basil, with a hint of aromatic tea.

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Míl Gin Reviews

I have been drinking gin for over 30 years.My first impression on the taste buds that it is subtle,distinctive and as as Lloyd Grossman use to say in Masterchef,after much deliberation,cogitation and digestion,the final words are an ode to a wordsmit

I purchased my first bottle of Mil Gin today and am having a little ish one right now with slices of fresh lemons and limes, and Schweppes tonic water with plenty of ice.

15th August 2019

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