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Origin - Zlatibor, Serbia

(70cl, 46%)

Origin - Zlatibor, Serbia

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Origin - Zlatibor, Serbia Bottling Note

A single-botanical Origin London Dry Gin, made using juniper which was grown in Zlatibor, Serbia. The Origin range lets gin enthusiasts explore the impact that juniper's terroir (or origin) has on the flavour profile of their gin, by making a series of gins with juniper from all over the world!

Every bottle of Origin comes with a 10ml vial of cold-distilled mixture of botanicals, which you can add to the bottle to transform the spirit into a more rounded, more traditional gin (if you desire to do so).

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Herbaceous and refreshing, with a touch of minerals hiding in there. Develops some spice later on.

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Origin - Zlatibor, Serbia Reviews


There's a real orange and lime sherbet hit to this gin. Like those little things - what're they called - pixie sticks? Them.

19th December 2016

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