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Estate-Foraged Gin - Shortcross (That Boutique-y Gin Company)

(50cl, 46%)

Estate-Foraged Gin - Shortcross (That Boutique-y Gin Company)

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Estate-Foraged Gin TBGC Bottling Note

The label of this independently-bottled gin shows Shortcross' David Armstrong and That Boutique-y Gin Company's David T Smith foraging for blackberries and damsons on the Rademan Estate, home of Shortcross Gin. The fruity additions to the regular recipe provide a quite different taste of the Northern Irish countryside.

This is a release of 1,246 bottles.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Ripe berries in the sun, nettles, green apples and citrus oils.

Palate: Oily juniper as it opens. White pepper and cinnamon, balanced by rounded sweetness of damson jam.

Finish: Seville orange, blackberries and dried apple. A touch of spicy juniper lasts.

Overall: The fruit-influence stands out at the centre of this very sippable gin.

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Estate-Foraged Gin - Shortcross (That Boutique-y Gin Company) Reviews

Tasting note is spot on

Top marks, MoM tasters... I get the huge berry influence, as well as a weird nettle-like top note. The palate is extremely rich, and very 'green' (but not in an under-ripe way). This is an absolutely textbook gin.

22nd February 2017

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