Santa Ana Gin 70cl

French Gin • 70cl • 42.3%
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Santa Ana Gin
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Country French Gin
Distillery/Brand Santa Ana

Santa Ana Gin

A marvellous gin with a host of tropical botanicals, Santa Ana takes its name from the Santa Ana Cabaret in Manilla, which in its day was the largest in the world back in the roaring '20s. A base of classic botanicals such as juniper, coriander, orange, angelica, and orris root lay the foundations for an addition of four carefully selected botanicals from the Philippines. Ylang ylang and Alpina bring delicate floral fragrance to balance the fruity zest of calamansi and dalandan citrus. Housed in a suitably art deco inspired glass bottle, adorned with a splendid jungle scene, this is just the thing if you want to add an exotic twist to your favourite gin serves!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

A host of elegant, fragrant florals lead to bold juniper and earthen spice, lifted by zesty notes of zingy citrus.

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Reviews for Santa Ana Gin
Beautifully floral Gin
This is a beautifully fragrant and floral Gin which tastes great. The bottle also makes for a great display on my drinks trolley!
Esme , United Kingdom
2 months ago
Unique floral gin
Delicious gin. More floral than a traditional gin, but not surprising when you consider the botanicals. Very enjoyable - particularly in a French 75. Added bonus that the bottle is beautiful and looks wonderful on my shelf.
Katherine , United Kingdom
4 months ago
Tastes like perfume, as if you literally drank perfume. I can't see how anyone is drinking this and liking it
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Disgustingly floral!!
I did not like this gin one bit I'm afraid & could not drink it. Way to floral for me. Bottle beautiful but sadly not the gin
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Unique and heady floral gin
I got a sample of this and both my husband and I thought it was wonderful (we both like piney gin and peaty single malts, but this is an entirely different experience altogether)!
It really is an unexpected flavour, and as others have mentioned, it's a bit like drinking perfume in that the ylang ylang really opens up on the finish. That said, we both found it beautifully balanced and delicate, and certainly very unique. If you don't like the scent (and now taste) of white/tropical flowers, this probably won't be for you, and it might not be the best gift unless you're *very* confident in knowing the palate of the recipient.
We have only sampled it neat so far, so I'm really keen to so how it plays with different mixers and in cocktails.
Alexandra B , United Kingdom
one year ago
Nauseating botanicals.
Sadly not liked by either gin drinker in the house, very overwhelming perfume both in scent and taste - definitely not 'delicate' florals. Nice bottle for sloe gin next year, after we've offloaded the contents on someone else!
Amy McLaughlin , United Kingdom
one year ago
Like drinking perfume!
This gin is very heavy on the nose because the key top note is ylang ylang - which is, of course, used in perfumes. The result is that on first pouring it you get a very strong whiff of something which you know is familiar, but can't quite place. Unfortunately, by the time you are well into the drink, that incredibly pungent fragrance gets a bit overpowering. I've tried making it a very long G&T, and yet still that overwhelming scent of ylang ylang drowns out the other botanicals and makes for a drink you soon wish you hadn't poured. Maybe if you chill the living daylights out of it it's nice, but without the paralyzing effect of buckets of ice it's one I won't be buying again.
LINDA H , United Kingdom
one year ago
Incredibly different
What a heady mix of floral and citrus botanicals! Leaves a very oily mouth feel with after notes of ylang ylang. Never had a gin quite like it!
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago