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Shortcross Gin is made by Northern Irish craft gin distillery, Rademon Estate. This small batch gin is made using their custom made still, which features a 450 litre copper pot still and two enrichment columns. Using intriguing botanicals like fresh apple, elderberry and wild clover, as well as juniper, coriander, orange peel, lemon peel and cassia, they produce a vibrant, floral style of gin that befits savouring it neat, as well as enjoying with tonic.
Why not try a Shortcross Elderflower Collins?
- 50ml Shortcross Gin
- 20ml Elderflower Liqueur
- 30ml Fresh lemon juice
- A dash of Sugar Syrup
- Soda/Sparkling water
- Fresh sprig of mint
Combine Shortcross Gin, elderflower liqueur, lemon juice and sugar syrup in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake until well chilled. Half fill a tall glass with ice and pour in cocktail mixture. Top up with soda water and stir gently, then serve with a sprig of mint. Refreshing and delicious!
Nose: Juniper and orange peel forward, followed by light mint, elderberry and perfumed coriander notes.
Palate: Oily mouth feel. Sweet vanilla, subtle pepper and juniper. Orange peel and elderberry appears later on.
Finish: Long and warm with pepper and orange.
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Have tried all of the Irish Gins and without a doubt this stands head & shoulders above them. Beautiful nose, complex & rich flavours and a silky smooth finish. With the recommended orange peel garnish this makes the perfect G&T!
17th February 2017
For the price I expected more. A disappointing gin all round. Will stick to Monkey 47 - far superior.
9th February 2017
Tried this in a hotel last year. By far the best gin I've ever tasted. Served with tonic and a slice of blood red orange. Puts others to shame, and believe me, I know my gin !
6th January 2017
I have been on a quest for the perfect G&T. I find a lot of gins a little too acerbic but Shortcross has a soft yet complex juniper and sweet floral taste which is all brought together by a twist of orange peel and decent tonic water (personally I use FeverTree.) Best G&T I ever sipped.
15th September 2016
I would honestly say this was an average gin at best. In our household we have renamed it shortcut gin as really below average. Think I will stay with Other gins.
24th August 2016
Tasted this for first time last week had it with slice orange ginger beer loved it can taste elderberries coming through has a kick to it
31st July 2016
Tried this gin recently in the Plough, Old Inn Crawfordburn; just love it , saving up to buy a bottle.Will be worth the wait.
13th July 2016
I bought this at Fortnum & Mason's who are currently promoting northern Ireland produce. It's the best gin I've ever tasted and it will be hard to go back to anything else. I love the fact that it is Irish and small batch.
7th May 2016
This was an impulse purchase at the Belfast International duty free and I'm so pleased we did. It is amazing! By far the best gin we've had. It won't be the last time we buy this gin!!
21st February 2016
Tasted this in the Merchant Hotel in Belfast this weekend with a twist of orange peel and it is delicious. Well worth a tipple!
25th January 2016
Had my first taste of this in Castle Leslie, Co. Monaghan, a few weeks ago. It was served with apple sticks, a chunk of orange and Fever Tree tonic (possibly the Mediterranean). So delicious!!
22nd December 2015
Such a great Irish gin. A new favourite.
18th December 2015
Really smooth, clean gin with an oily mouth feel and a real punch at 46%. Excellent served with orange peel and 1724 or Fever Tree.
26th June 2015