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Alamedapocalypse Gin - St. George Spirits (That Boutique-y Gin Company)

(50cl, 46%)

Alamedapocalypse Gin - St. George Spirits (That Boutique-y Gin Company)
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Alamedapocalypse Gin TBGC Bottling Note

When the world is threatened by muscular shark-people armed with laser cannons, you can count on the chaps from St. George Spirits in California to...

1) Fight back using karate and cowbells.

2) Provide a smashing gin for you to enjoy as you watch the battle.

In fact, they've already created Alamedapocalypse Gin with That Boutique-y Gin Company, meaning you can be well prepared for that fateful day when sharks grow legs and try to take over the planet with their futuristic weaponry, razor-sharp teeth and cut-off jeans. It's just a matter of time.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fresh, delicate alfresco notes lead this beautifully balanced nose. Pine and earthy mulch are complemented by dill drenched in thyme honey, orange oil and palm syrup. A anise and a touch of marzipan icing are present underneath.

Palate: Very thick and syrupy, perfumed floral notes of hibiscus, lavender, star anise and cardamom seeds come through first. There’s a fruity sweetness from honeyberries, candied peels and a little coconut, while deep juniper, more stone pine, salicornia tea and a touch of quinine form the backdrop.

Finish: In an incredibly tender, refined finish – a delicate sweetness lingers.

Overall: A veritable garden of a gin, this is a sensation for the senses and the perfect way to liven your Martini.

Reviews for Alamedapocalypse Gin - St. George Spirits (That Boutique-y Gin Company)
Pleasant, fresh & apocalyptically appropriate
I confess that although an apocalypse gin seems strangely appropriate in current times, I was a little put off by the label / marketing. After all, a decent product doesn’t usually need a sci-fi backstory to sell it. However, I caught it on offer & decided it was worth a go. The bottle isn’t anything special but it has a cork & frankly who cares what the bottle looks like if the gin’s good... and it is. Fresh, clean, quite grassy with citrus & pine. The juniper’s clear and there’s a nice quinine hit too. Pleasant & refreshing with Indian tonic water.
, United Kingdom
3 years ago

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