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Monkey 47 Dry Gin

(50cl, 47%)

Monkey 47 Dry Gin
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Monkey 47 Bottling Note

An unusual gin from the Black Forest in Germany, Monkey 47 contains a unique ingredient. No, not that! Lingonberries! The 47 comes from the number of botanicals that go into this unique gin, and the fact it's bottled at a healthy 47%. It seems that the botanicals speak for themselves, as the gin has received bucketfuls of critical acclaim. Some say less is more, not for Monkey 47!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Oh there is a lot going on here... woody, vegetable smells under pin fresh grassy citrus notes and botanical sweetness, like a pine forest after the rain.

Palate: Predictably complex, this is a robust and powerful gin with plenty of spice, fruit and herb flavours. It's very well structured, and difficult to unpick but a citrus fresh start segues into pine and wood notes for a drying finish.

Finish: Wooded and reassuringly heavy.

Overall: A unique gin, that is crying out to be made into a Martini. It'll need an equally robust vermouth though.

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Monkey 47 Dry Gin Reviews

Drink neat

The only gin that I have come across that is delicious neat!
Also superb…
50ml Monkey 47, 100 ml Fever Tree Mediterranean tonic over ice garnished with a slice of fresh grapefruit, a strawberry and a raspberry!

27th February 2022

Unusual, but pretty good.

Walked by (and then turned round and went back into) a gin bar in an alleyway. Told the barman my favourite gin, and said I'd like to try a new one - and he recommended this. Definite sweet (but not overly so) and citrus start. Kind of get a pine finish. Not as much juniper as I'd normall like - but overall, fresh and moderately complex. I'll be drinking it again.

29th January 2022

Not enough juniper

Wonderful nose, decent palate, not enough juniper, overpriced.

17th October 2021

Top taste with a slice of pink grapefruit

Not sure why someone has said this isn't gin, it most definitely is.
With a nice quality tonic and a slice of pink grapefruit on a warm summers day it goes down easily... Too easily, you will never taste all of the 47 botanicals used but it is a fabulous taste and very enjoyable

18th April 2021

Top 5 gins

Top quality can’t get better than this.

21st March 2021

Smooth and dialed back on the pine (Juniper berries) so the other delicate botanicals come forward.

Monkey 47 is my new favorite hot weather gin.

25th February 2021

Lovely

Very very good

19th January 2021

Wow

Not going to get bored with this, it’s different to most other Gins but something new to discover with every sip. Bad news is it’s only 500ml so not going to last long

29th November 2020

Yummy

This isn't gin, but it's absolutely delicious.
Interesting with ice....and packs a punch.
Wonderful with tonic.
It's hard to see how this could not be labelled as gin, but it really isn't. So don't think about it as such.
Just enjoy it.

16th August 2020

Its own thing. I like it

Tasted with ice and a slim slice of lime.
First of all, this is very un-gin-like. There is just the barest hint of juniper, but lots of flowers and herbs. It is definitely different. It has character. It can be drunk neat without drama, which is unusual for gin. Especially gin this strong. Will update once I track down some Bickford's tonic. :-)

15th August 2020

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