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The guys at the Sacred Spirits Company have created this festive themed (and slightly insane)gin. They've taken high quality English grain spirit and infused an 8kg Christmas pudding in it for two months, before re-distilling it to produce a transparent, Christmas pudding flavoured gin. Mad, but we love it!
An aroma of juniper and dried fruits entices the nose, followed by a real Christmas pudding flavour on the palate with even a suggestion of the texture too (although this might be perceived by association). The finish is long and creamy with further notes of dried currants and spice.
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I love this straight - yummy! Will be buying another bottle cos this one won't last till Christmas
22nd October 2016
28th September 2016
This is a very nice sweet gin; primarily a warm raisin taste. I have to agree with an earlier reviewer that it does not clearly taste of Christmas puddings though it does have the flavours that are in christmas puddings like raisins, citrus, warm almost rum-like.
27th January 2015
Really delicious, a sweet flavoured gin that I'd buy again
11th January 2015
Brilliant stuff. You can smell and taste the christmas pudding, it's a subtle flavour when mixed with tonic (haven't tried it straight from the freezer!) but it's a lovely bottle of gin.
This is a really nice gin, not the strongest of botanicals but still very pleasant. However, I could not taste any Christmas pudding at all. We tasted with a group of friends and we all liked the gin but found no Christmas Pudding. We tried it from the freezer, neat, then at room temp, then with tonic but I think it might have been stored next to a pudding rather than distilled with some. Overall, I say stick to the normal sacred gin.
29th December 2014