Persian Blue Marshmallow Gin 50cl

English Gin • 50cl • 40%
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Persian Blue Marshmallow Gin
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Country English Gin
Distillery/Brand Persian Blue

Persian Blue Marshmallow

The perfect present for any gin and cat lover, Persian Blue Marshmallow Gin is made using a host of traditional botanicals including juniper but features the unique inclusion of marshmallow root. Serve with a good quality light tonic, ice and garnish with blueberries - or mini marshmallows!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Bright and clean with flickers of spice and plenty of creamy sweetness.

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Reviews for Persian Blue Marshmallow Gin
A great tasting gin
A lovely gin would highly recommend
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Jumping on the band wagon unfortunately
Gin, marshmallows, cats. I was given a taste of this by a social distanced neighbour over the wall and it didn't list my lockdown spirits.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
The gin is absolutely lovely. Love the bottle and the taste. Bought it for the bottle to use as a table decoration but obviously have to drink the gin first. Win win. Even tastes great as an alcohol slush.
Bryony S , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Well worth a try
Had a bottle of this given me as a present, one of the most nicest gins I have had in ages, told them to feel free and get me another bottle again soon , super smooth lovely flavour and it kept its colour most impressed tell everyone about it
Jennifer L , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Product degraded in unopened bottle.
Bought a bottle of this after sampling it in a shop tasting session a couple of months ago. Took it out yesterday (exactly nine weeks after buying it) and the blue colour has totally disappeared, the gin is now pale pink. The seal is completely unbroken and the bottle has never been opened, so it hasn't been contaminated in any way. Haven't opened it yet so can't say if the taste has changed but still disappointed in the degradation of colour. Doesn't say much for their quality control or product testing, and on that basis I won't be buying anything else from this company.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago