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Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin (That Boutique-y Gin Company) (50cl)

(50cl, 40.1%)

Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin (That Boutique-y Gin Company) (50cl)

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Pineapple Gin TBGC (50cl) Bottling Note

Consider the pineapple. Delicious, though unwieldy. The pineapple has been used in many recipes throughout the ages, like tasty puddings, contentious pizzas, and of course, drinks. Back in the 1920s, Pineapple Gin was a commonplace beverage, but it fell into obscurity in the years following. However, That Boutique-y Gin Company could not bear to see Pineapple Gin lost to the ravages of time and have revitalised it with their own 21st century twist. Introducing Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin.

Whole pineapples are roasted on a spit with Demerara sugar until they're gloriously caramelised. That Boutique-y Gin Company then combine this lip-smacking treat with some bold gin, which both cuts through and pairs brilliantly with the sweet, zesty, subtly toasty pineapple. Ta-da - your new favourite summer tipple. Though well-suited to sipping over ice, the label suggests you seek out some Ting to enjoy with Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin, and we can't recommend that enough.

Much like a fine wine, some sediment may evolve in the bottle over time. This is due to the natural interaction between the real fruit ingredients and the spirit, and does not affect the ever-evolving flavour of the gin. You can pour the gin off the sediment, or simply shake it in.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Authentic pineapple sweetness, with waves of sharp citrus and slightly earthy juniper. Sugar caramelising in a pan with a stick of cinnamon.

Palate: Mouthwatering tropical fruit right from the start. Hints of honey, orange blossom and oily juniper. A couple of enjoyably sour pineapple notes develop on the mid-palate - perhaps some Lilt, too...

Finish: Lightly charred sugar, cardamom and lasting fresh pineapple drenched in caramel notes.

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Spit-Roasted Pineapple Gin (That Boutique-y Gin Company) (50cl) Reviews

nope

not for me this one

9th July 2019

Amazing

With the right tonic it's amazing

14th June 2019

Nasty burnt taste, no identifiable flavour.

My daughter gave me a bottle for Mothering Sunday. It is awful, a really nasty taste. A waste of gin and pineapple. Think again.

31st March 2019

Pineapple Liqueur

I had this in my advent calendar. Very, very sweet. I’d say it’s a pineapple liqueur, rather than gin.
Quite liked it, as a one off. However I wouldn’t buy a whole bottle, as I think you’d soon fall out with it.

21st December 2018

Just no!!!!

So disappointed with this gin.
Really wanted to like it but it tastes like off sherry 🤮

13th December 2018

Love it!

Had this for the first time in Edinburgh...it's gorgeous!!! I don't like sweet drinks so I wouldn't describe it as sweet. It's not got that bitterness that some gins have but oh so tasty and different!

13th December 2018

Not at all pleasant

Had been waiting to try this for ages .... only to be seriously disappointed. Both smelled and tasted like burnt mollasses or black treacle. Hard to dilute!!

13th November 2018

Ew

Literally awful, me and my partner paid for these and were so disappointed. Never again.

3rd November 2018

Great unusual flavor!

This is a fantastic product for Tiki cocktails. As others have mentioned, it would better be marketed as a liqueur because it has a lot of sugar in it and not much gin flavor - but who cares what name they put on the label? How many times have you seen (let alone tasted) a barbecued pineapple liqueur? Stop trying to drink everything straight up. Make a cocktail!

11th October 2018

If you like tarmac you'll love it

Tried this and thought I might die

6th October 2018

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