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Shortcross Gin

(70cl, 46%)

Shortcross Gin

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Shortcross Gin Bottling Note

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!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

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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Shortcross Gin Reviews

Outstanding.

I love Gin - I manage a Gin shop.

I was in Belfast and I tried a few Irish guns which were all very good and then I tasted this, and I am hooked. Bought a bottle at the airport and it has travelled well.

Read the other reviews and the tasting notes - if you like the sound of it (not spicy, steady on the juniper) you will not be disappointed.

26th August 2020

Perfect blend

The best gin l've ever had. No other comparison.

11th May 2020

Beautiful gin

Beautiful gin.

29th April 2020

Definite repeater

Wonderfully clean gin. Crisp & dry

21st January 2020

Now my favourite gin

It was a gift from a friend and every drop has been enjoyed to the full. Now my favourite gin.

6th July 2019

The perfect brew

Beautiful Gin - I would like to stock this in our Micro Pub -

23rd January 2019

wonderfull

wooo delicious elegant but dry notes



12th July 2018

Unbelievably smooth and fragrant!

Picked up a bottle at Belfast airport where the young chap was serving a tasting. My word I have never had a gin taste so flavoursome and aromatic neat, and once I got home with Tonic it was even better. Simply superb,could not recommend enough!

11th July 2018

Outstanding

Outstanding. Best Gin ever tried

12th June 2018

Smooth, very drinkable

Shortcross Gin was the gin that got me into drinking gin, as I avowed I'd never drink the "stuff". I had the good fortune to have a drink made from Batch 1, bottle no. 3 in May 2014. I immediately noticed how smooth it was, no overpowering alcohol hit and the "oily" feel due to the orange peel extracted oils. One of my favourite gins and strongly recommended. Serve with a decent tonic (Fevertree or 1724) and de-waxed thin orange peel. Put bottle in freezer to slowly release the aromas when drinking.

8th December 2017

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