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Supercritical Gin

(50cl, 47%)

Supercritical Gin

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We can't actually ship Supercritical Gin to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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-The folks at Master of Malt

Supercritical Gin Bottling Note

So, supercritical CO2 extraction, yeah? You pressurise pure carbon dioxide to the point of 'criticality' and it'll behave like a liquid and a gas simultaneously. That's a cool thing. Why are we talking about it when we're trying to sell you a gin? Well, at that point of criticality, the CO2 can permeate botanicals like a gas, but also dissolve their essential oils like a liquid. When you lift the botanicals out and the pressure is released, the pure CO2 evaporates, leaving only the crystal-pure essential oils, and it's done all this without introducing any destructive heat. This gin is made with a selection of six botanicals, namely juniper, angelica, coriander, orange, lime and liquorice, using supercritical CO2 extraction to get at their essential oils, resulting in a brilliant bright, vibrant flavour profile. Science, as ever, turns out to be rad.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fresh and fragrant with citrus up front, followed by aromatic coriander and a good helping of earthy juniper.

Palate: Piney and subtly peppery juniper once again, backed up by subtly floral angelica and rounded, zesty orange sweetness. Just a hint of anise peeks through.

Finish: Warming coriander balanced by a touch of tangy lime.

Overall: A well-balanced expression, showing off the authentic flavours of the botanicals and bringing them together brilliantly.

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Supercritical Gin Reviews


Really jumps out with the freshness of all the botanicals.

13th October 2020

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