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Colonel Fox's London Dry Gin

(70cl, 40%)

Colonel Fox's London Dry Gin

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Colonel Fox's Gin Bottling Note

This is a very interesting London Dry Gin which is made to a recipe discovered by a Lieutenant Colonel Fox in 1859. The Colonel was a celebrated war hero, and today his name lives on in the form of this fabulous gin, flavoured with juniper, coriander, angelica, cassia, liquorice and bitter orange peel.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Rich, crisp nose of juniper and mixed herbs. A little tropical fruit, aniseed and banana (oddly!).

Palate: Tangy, earthy palate entry with oily juniper, allspice and star anise. A touch of ginger.

Finish: Herbal finish with angelica and citrus.

Overall: A very unusual little gin!

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Colonel Fox's London Dry Gin Reviews

A Solid Traditional London Dry

I was just after something cheap to have as a G&T (I tend to drink the good stuff neat) and this did a good job. Nothing complex about it but works well if you are using a mixer.

11th May 2020

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