Country German Gin
Distillery/Brand Penninger

Granit Bavarian Gin

Granit Bavarian Gin is made with a selection of 28 different botanicals (the likes of cardamom, coriander and lemon, as well as plants native to the Bavarian Forest including baldmoney and gentian root), is allowed to rest for months in earthenware vats and filtered through granite stones. Hence the name 'Granit Bavarian Gin'. Also hence the little granite stone which comes with every bottle.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Cool mint, lemon balm, elegant wood-y juniper brings forest freshness. A slight hint of grapefruit flesh. Coriander makes a late appearance.

Palate Spicy cardamom and cinnamon, followed by fresh citrus peels. Herbal coriander and a touch of clove on the mid-palate. A subtle mineral note.

Finish Quite long with notes of bitter orange and liquorice.

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Granit Bavarian Gin
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Winner of 2 spirit awards

Gin - Contemporary Styles - 2017
International Wine & Spirit Competition
Classic Gin - 2020
World Gin Awards

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Reviews for Granit Bavarian Gin
Best gin I have ever tried!
This was a big big surprise, great taste!
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Surprisingly Great Gin
Not expecting much, I’ve given a chance to the Granit Gin, and was very positively surprised. One of my favourites - fantastic unique taste
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Worth trying
A superb and subtle Bavarian gin, great flavour and something out of the ordinary. It’s also significantly more affordable in Bavaria itself.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
worst Gin I ever had, without flavour, way too expensive, not to be recommended
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago