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St. George Dry Rye Gin

(70cl, 45%)

St. George Dry Rye Gin

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St George Dry Rye Bottling Note

A rye whiskey, in gin's clothing. Made with a base of 100% rye, the St. George Dry Rye has a marvellous malty signature, warm and spicy. This is followed up by a small number of classic gin botanicals, including the obvious juniper berry, black peppercorn, caraway, coriander, grapefruit peel and lime peel. These were all chosen to compliment the warmth from the rye, and it certainly does just that!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Spices leap out at you, warming pepper and juniper, a little rocket, malt too. Grapefruit and lime, coriander, caraway, Wine Gums and Smith Kendon travel sweets.

Palate: Malty, peppery juniper, Moroccan spices, rye and coriander.

Finish: Warming, flavoursome peppercorn, quite creamy.

Overall: This is something else. And it's something we like muchly much.

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St. George Dry Rye Gin Reviews


As someone who likes both Jen and rye whiskey, I found this to be basically undrinkable. Sipping it made me feel a bit sick. St George's other gins, especially Terroir, are nothing short of inspired--buy one of those instead.

30th August 2021


I like to try different gins. It's getting to be a hobby. I bought this a while ago but I'm struggling to like it. It has a medicinal taste that's still there even when it's drenched with tonic and it's not good neat, so it's fighting for space at the back of the drinks cabinet. The American gins I've tried so far have been excellent, if a bit pricey, but I don't think I'll buy this again.

29th July 2020

Semi-rough stuff but quaffable in the right cocktail

This gin is definitely ruff around the edges but interesting. The in your face, slightly bitter rye spirit is the star of the show nose and taste-wise. For me, in a martini, But,..when I'm in the mood in a negroni or G&T (depending on the type of tonic) it works.

8th February 2019

Delicious 😋 😍

Wow! This is so different from a 'standard' gin and yet it has all the familiar notes and taste point you'd expect from gin. Warming and packing a real punch. Great in cocktails needing a robust gin kick.

11th September 2017

Phenomenal in a Negroni

Superb stuff - makes wonderful cocktails especially in a Negroni.

1st December 2016

Rich and Warming

Agree with the poster below - this is definitely a different proposition to most normal (neutral) gins - you can tell that there's something of real substance going on here. Rich and juniper-forward - a worthy addition to the wonderful Terroir.

24th March 2016

A "warm" gin, rather unusual

To me, most gin is "cool", very herbal, refreshing, cleansing, suited to ice and summer days. This is not that type of gin. It's glowing warm. Don't mistake me, it's still recognizably gin; there's a wonderful note of nature in this, of growing things. But the glow of the rye base builds with peppery flames to the sparks of herbal heat. It feels like standing around a bonfire on a cool night, and feeling the warmth on my outstretched hands.

2nd April 2015

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