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The Bluecoat American Dry distilled in a traditional copper pot still and is named after the uniforms worn by the militia in the American Revolution. The botanical recipe is kept secret however the style is a classic dry gin.
Nose: Pine needles, juniper and a blast of citrus open up this dry gin.
Palate: The juniper becomes more concentrated and the citrus element opens up into orange blossom and sherbet lemon.
Finish: The finish is sweet with a final hit of zesty citrus fruit.
Overall: A wonderful dry gin with refreshing citrus notes.
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I love Bluecoat Gin. I drink it mixed with Soda, so that the wonderful juniper and citrus fruit flavours come through. If it's mixed with tonic, you don't realise what a special gin it is.
17th January 2016
I'm tasting a lot of gin right now (professionally, you understand) and this does stand out for the fresh citrus flavours and crisp taste.
28th January 2015
In my opinion, this beats Tangueray, Hendricks, Bombay Sapphire, and every other gin I have tasted. (Almost---read on). I would have given this 10 stars, except that I recently had something called Nolet's Dry Gin Silver (Master of Malt does not yet carry it). Now **that** is 10 stars.
15th March 2013