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Colombo London Dry Gin

(70cl, 43.1%)

Colombo London Dry Gin
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Colombo London Dry Gin is made with a recipe which dates back around 70 years, including a number of spices from the Cinnamon Garden of Colombo, Sri Lanka. At its core, Colombo London Dry Gin features 7 botanicals - juniper, angelica, coriander seed, liquorice root, Sri Lankan cinnamon bark, curry leaves and ginger root. A good accompaniment to exotic, spicy food, and also works well in a G&T (you'll want to garnish with lemon for this one, and maybe some black peppercorns too...).

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Colombo London Dry Gin Reviews

Jaliya , Sri Lanka
6th October 2020
Very good
Very easy to drink.much sweeter with juniper berries .Thanks creators
Master of Malt Customer
4th December 2019
Very easy on the palette and lovely on the nose. A very likeable Gin.
Mike G, United Kingdom
5th July 2017
Better than Plymouth
Outstanding nose. Immediate juniper attack with subtle notes of coriander. One gets the sense of gin as it was; gin from a bygone era: simple and elegant. Works well with tonic or bitters.

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