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Pothecary Gin Sicilian Blend

(50cl, 47%)

Pothecary Gin Sicilian Blend

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Pothecary Gin Sicilian Bottling Note

The second release from the Pothecary Gin folks in Dorset, Sicilian Blend is made with Sicilian lemon, Sicilian orange and Sicilian almond, along with Serbian juniper and wild-foraged gentian root, with the blending method used for intensity of flavour – and it's certified Organic by The Soil Association. It also features the Sicilian Coat of Arms on the label (which looks a little bit like the Isle of Man Coat of Arms).

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Refined juniper and subtle nuttiness from the almond - almost a little bit toasted at points. Refreshing citrus peel gives it a balancing sweetness.

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Pothecary Gin Sicilian Blend Reviews

Boat Anti-Foul Flavoured

I tried this gin in a local bar expecting great things. It had a strange taste that I couldn’t put my finger on, then it hit me. I once built yachts for a living and the smell of anti-foul that they paint the bottom of the boats with is exactly what this gin tastes like. Some might like it but not for me.

2nd January 2018

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