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Gin Sul - Dry Gin

(50cl, 43%)

Gin Sul - Dry Gin

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Gin Sul - Dry Gin Bottling Note

German gin made in Hamburg that spends it's days dreaming of the Algarve, where the lemons used in its production are grown. Mediterranean florals are also used in this 'nostalgic' (a loose translation of the Portuguese "Saudade") gin, presented in a rather handsome opaque bottle.

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Gin Sul - Dry Gin Reviews

Amazing

This is amazing, a botanical so surprising the "estevas" who as been in south Portugal in summer might recognize it, it works so well. Love it

5th October 2017

Super Gin

Gin Sul, a sprig of fresh Rosemary, some Orange Peel, large cube of Ice, Schweppes Extra Dry Tonic all in a nice big glas and Bob is your Uncle ... - Enjoy a lovely Drink

7th June 2016

Great gin

If you have not tried this gin, you should. It is quite floral, and I think it works well without anything else, just a decent tonic, like fevertree and you can really taste the beauty of it.

6th February 2016

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