Drumshanbo Gunpowder Gin 50cl

Irish Gin • 50cl • 43%
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Country Irish Gin
Distillery/Brand The Shed Distillery

Drumshanbo Gunpowder Gin

An Irish gin from made with juniper, angelica, orris, caraway, coriander, meadowsweet, cardamom and star anise as well as vapour infused oriental lemon and lime, fresh grapefruit and gunpowder tea! It's produced at The Shed Distillery, who are also making their own Irish pot still and single malt whiskeys.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Bright citrus and green tea notes are complemented by the spices.

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Reviews for Drumshanbo Gunpowder Gin
Excellent gin
Superb gin and very good flavour
Roy , India
11 months ago
The best gin out there
The absolute king of gins in my book. Have been trying a lot of good new gins since the lockdowns began and although some are excellent, none of them can topple Gunpowder.
Bit of fever tree, ice and a wedge of lime or grapefruit = heaven
Ryan O , Ireland
2 years ago
Light and crisp
I'm admittedly a light gin drinker and prefer my scotch and whisky. There is a lot happening on this bottle. A jackalope, some traditional Asian, the powerful word "GUNPOWDER" in all caps, and "Irish". So what does all of this mean... the scots do not have a lot of renown for tantalizing gin, but the Irish seem to have found a niche...

"Oriental botanicals"... this caught my eye, as my favorite gin is currently of Irish brew (Glendalough) and sourced locally. I haven't dug too far into this, nor am I seasoned enough to speak to it, but I'm surprised that Drumshanbo being so close to the Shannon hasn't elicited a more local source; anywho, Rigney was a traveler I suppose so that lends to the brand.

"Gunpowder'... gunpowder tea, which is a rolled green tea, and rather delicious. This was the reason I bought this bottle initially. The tea flavor in this gin is nothing short of perfect. It is very well balanced with the other flavor notes and does well neat, which is the only way I drink. Might be a fantastic mixer for green tea-style drinks, but I won't find myself doing that...

The combination of lemon, lime, and grapefruit is subtle. The gunpowder is heavy enough to mellow out any astringent flavor and give you a nice front, and back end profile.
Alex S , United States
3 years ago
Cracking gin for true gin lovers
clean, unique and refreshing - this has rapidly become my favourite gin. Highly recommend over ice or with a plain unflavoured indian tonic. The tea in the mix is perfect
Emma B , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Complex and clean - new top 5 gin.
Tried this in a moment waiting in Dublin airport. Lifelong gin fan but not a fan, per the current tend, of over-flavouring it. Wasn’t expecting much but was totally won over, and is now on the personal top five list. Clean, clear but complex botanicals. Makes a fresh interesting G&T and more.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Makes the best Aviation!
Better even than Aviation Gin in an Aviation (gin, Luxardo, Violetta). Wonderful floral taste of violet petals; though they're not listed as an ingredient.
Drake B , United States
3 years ago
Delightful true gin
Awesome! Subtle and slow distilled comes out strongly
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
New Favorite Martini
First encounter was an EXTRA dry martini at Blend in Pensacola, FL; true love! A fabulous alternative to Bombay Sapphire!
Chuck C , United States
4 years ago
Outstanding - a real discovery
Exotic, delicious with several layers of discovery. Outstanding.
John K , United Kingdom
4 years ago
One of the best
One of my favourites. You can taste the tea. Everyone I have shared it with loves it.
Laura b , United Kingdom
4 years ago