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Cromwell's Ruin Gin

(50cl, 47%)

Cromwell's Ruin Gin

Cromwell's Ruin Gin Bottling Note

Wild foraged elderflower and chamomile are some of the botanicals that go into Cromwell's Ruin Gin, capturing images of warm summers around the Dorset landscape. Corfe Castle is featured on the label, which Oliver Cromwell was said to have done a bit of damage to back in the day, hence the name Cromwell's Ruin. Top stuff with a big splash of tonic and a slice of lime.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Piney juniper sits front and centre alongside zesty citrus peel and warm spices, with a soft floral bouquet of elderflower and chamomile lingering.

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