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Produced in the workshop previously used by the late, great Michael Jackson (whisky writer, not Moonwalker), this super-small-batch artisinal Gin is flavoured with restraint, making it easier for the natural quality of the spirit to shine through. Distilled in a marvellously compact pot still / column still combo. named Prudence, Sipsmith epitomises distilling on a truly artisinal scale. At the time of her installation, Prudence was the first copper pot still to be brought to life in London for over 200 years.
Sipsmith London Dry Gin is distilled with 10 botanicals carefully selected for an even drier balance than a classic London Dry Gin.
Nose: Floral, summer meadow notes, followed by mellow rounded juniper and zesty, citrus freshness. Palate: Gentle mouthfeel, with initial dry juniper joined by growing sweetness, showing lemon tart & orange marmalade, garnished by a wave of fresh lemon zest, followed by bolder juniper & light dryness, before all the flavours harmonise into one integrated taste. Finish: Dryness leads, with spicy juniper & a hint of lemon tart emerging.
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I'm new to gin but have tried quite a few different brands. Sipsmith is by far my favourite. Very smooth and good with justcfeverctree tonic or in cocktails
30th January 2017
17th January 2017
Love this gin, it's very clean and smooth, just a good reliable gin to have in the cupboard. Especially good over ice with raspberries and elderflower tonic, delicious.
25th May 2016
Is it just me or did Sipsmiths used to taste better?! Doesn't seem as smooth these days - maybe producing to quickly to get it out on the shelves. Like the new bottle though.
5th May 2016
I don't like gin.....however a friend of mine was reviewing this as a possible inclusion in one of her hampers for her company and had bought it home for 'product testing'. I can honestly say from the first sip I was hooked. It doesn't have the bitter after taste that some gins do. I'm a convert!
4th May 2014
Sipsmith, coupled with a good-quality tonic water such as Fever Tree, is simply delicious. The flavours are so much better than you get from the well-known gins; smooth flavour yet full of nuances. Sipsmith will be my gin of choice from now on.
23rd February 2014
Only managed the one before I headed off to the Rig. But looking forward having one tonight now that Im back home.
9th September 2013