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Many of us here at MoM Towers have wanted to visit California, but for one reason or another, we've not hopped on a plane just yet (I think it's mostly for fear of grizzly bears and not being able to get a proper cup of tea).
However, the wonderful folks at St. George Spirits have provided us the next best thing, the Terroir Gin! Now in a 70cl bottle, its botanical selection of Douglas Fir, Coastal sage and Californian bay laurel gives it a magical nose that makes you really feel like you're stood in a Californian forest (with no chance of a grizzly sneaking up on you as an added bonus!).
Nose: You're out in nature. In a forest to be precise, surrounded by Douglas firs and woodsy herbal aromas.
Palate: Fresh, with more fir, pine and bay laurel alongside the coastal sage. Well-structured and moreish.
Finish: Evocative and very long with citrus and lingering herbaceous notes.
Overall: A huge favourite of ours, it's just so evocative. Superb stuff.
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Tried for the first time today, I am normally a single malt whiskey drinker but I am drinking St George Gin over ice with a squeeze of lime and a dash of soda.its hot and humid here in Adelaide today and this Gin I am drinking is fantastic
4th February 2017
Love, love, love this! IT makes a perfect "Perfect Dirty Martini " 1 shot Terrior Gin, 1 shot vodka, olive juice & dry vermouth to taste.
27th October 2016
What do you say - should I try this, eh? Sit on the bay, eat some hay, make things out of clay? I just may...
14th October 2016
Absolutely, 100%, my favourite gin. Not for cocktails, sprig of rosemary and tonic... perfect. Absolutely LOVE this gin :D
24th July 2016
Loved the complex woodsy flavor that lasted long on the palate
30th April 2016
I live in the area, and can attest that this is very much like drinking a lovely hike on Mount Tam, or even Big Sur.Do not expect this to make itself at home in your classic martini or even your gin and tonic. Try the sample, and see how you like it; this is more of a standalone sipping gin, if there is such a thing; for that, it is a tour de force. Or concoct something just for this gin. This is California's coast in a bottle, rugged, delicate, dramatic. If you're seeking a cocktail gin from St. George, try the Botanivore.
6th March 2016
Absolutely beautiful a gin that transports your taste buds to forests of California along with the perfume of a perfect Gin.
2nd January 2016
I picked up a bottle of this while visiting San Francisco and Alameda, turns out it's a great gin. I served it with loads of ice, a good tonic and grapefruit peel. The piney/fir taste makes for a really different gin but different in a good way, balanced out well by the grapefruit peel.I'd say it's now one of my favourites.
19th November 2014
I did not like this at all. I tried to but I found the fir taste way too strong and weirdly tangy. I tried to fix the taste my creating a cocktail with blueberries and lemon in it but all I could taste was the fir.
18th July 2014
Had the luck to visit the distillery in Alameda, CA over Chistmas. Andie gave us a tour of their beautiful distillery. This gin is one of the best I've had to date. It is so fragrant, and you can almost smell a forest in every sip. Wonderful with a good, not too sweet tonic.
29th March 2014