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Sabatini Gin

(70cl, 41.3%)

Sabatini Gin
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Sabatini Gin Bottling Note

Sabatini Gin exudes Tuscan style from all angles, with its selection of nine botanicals from Italy (including olive leaves, sage, fennel, orris, lemon verbena, juniper, coriander, thyme and lavender) and the rolling hills on the label. It's distilled for the Sabitini family by Thames Distillers in London.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Richly herbaceous - the thyme and sage standing out in the crowd. Most definitely a savoury expression, though a touch of lavender gives it a hint of sweetness.

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Sabatini Gin Reviews

Deliciously smooth and one of the best herbaceous gins i've found!

I have over 40 gins on my gin shelf and this recent find has jumped to one of my favourites! Sits nicely in the middle of the herbaceous spectrum, less intense than a Monkey 47 and even smoother than a Gin Mare but so smooth and drinkable!

10th August 2018

Great stuff!

I loved this. It has a fresh citrus flavour. Good on its own, with tonic or in cocktails.

23rd June 2018

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