Tarquin's Cornish Sunshine Blood Orange Gin 70cl

English Gin • 70cl • 38%
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Tarquin's Cornish Sunshine Blood Orange Gin
£36.94
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Tarquin's Blood Orange

Give an extra helping of citrus oomph to your spritzes with Tarquin's Cornish Sunshine Blood Orange Gin, designed to be used in the serve! A combination of blood orange, pink grapefruit, rhubarb, raspberry and gentian root have been infused into the spirit, so it's got a balanced bitterness among the fruit. The folks over at the distillery in Cornwall recommend adding a splash of fizz and a dash of sparkling elderflower for the perfect serve.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Orange sweetness and berries, with juniper, tart fruit and a bittersweet herbal finish.

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Reviews for Tarquin's Cornish Sunshine Blood Orange Gin
tarquins Blood orange gin
Frankly I was disappointed. I have tried many Blood Orange gins in the past, but this did not really have the tang of Blood Orange. I noticed that, in fact, it was a mixture of fruits, so should have been labelled as such.
Rosemary A , United Kingdom
5 months ago
Gorgeous
I tried this gin amongst many at a gin festival- it stood out as being special. The flavours are refreshing and very orange with other notes of summer fruits. I’ve mixed with plain, Mediterranean and elderflower tonic, and I’ve git a Prosecco to try as a mixer later. It’s on my Christmas list. Would highly recommend.
Pamela G , United Kingdom
3 years ago
"Ridculously refereshing"
Lovely gin, I wasn't sure if I'd like it as thought it may be too fake orange tasting or too sweet or marmaladey but no, it is a perfect summery drink. It's just got the right mix of citrus without it being too sharp or too sweet. I love it straight with tonic, as does my other half who is usually a bourbon drinker. His words: "ridiculously refreshing"!
Rachel , United Kingdom
3 years ago