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Strane London Dry Gin - Navy Strength

(50cl, 57.1%)

Strane London Dry Gin - Navy Strength

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Strane Navy Strength Bottling Note

A Navy Strength edition of Strane London Dry Gin from Swedish distillers, Smögen. Strane is made with a selection of botanicals which include coriander seeds, cinnamon bark, basil, garden mint, sage, almonds, liquorice root and lime and lemon rind (as well as lemon flesh). The bumped-up ABV (this one sits at a generous 57.1%) brings out more of the citrus notes at the core, making it a prime choice for G&Ts.

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Strane London Dry Gin - Navy Strength Reviews

This Beer Blog: https://thisbeerblog.wordpress.com/2015/05/10/strane-london-dry-gin-47-4/

Straight:

The nose is pungent with juniper, coriander seed and candied mint. In the background there are notes of sea salt and pine. The nose finishes with hints of orange peel and lime.

The flavour is a burst of juniper and lime followed by mint and a sweet sugar note. The alcoholic strength isn’t as prominent as I’d imagined. There is a smoothness and balance from the herbal and citrus flavour which makes this very drinkable even neat!

With water:

The nose opens up and more juniper comes busting forward. The mint is much more prominent and notes of pepper and coriander seed. Notes of lime and lemon are in the background and hints of rose on the finish.

The flavour is juniper and lime on the front with lemon and coriander. There are hints of cumin and mint down the middle of the tongue. The finish again is very smooth and slightly sweet.

This gin is hugely complex but also very easy going. This gin is perfect for summer and has a great balance and refreshing flavour.

8th September 2015

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