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Whitley Neill Aloe & Cucumber Gin

(70cl, 43%)

Whitley Neill Aloe & Cucumber Gin

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Whitley Neill Aloe Gin Bottling Note

Whitley Neill's gin range grows once again with the addition of this Aloe & Cucumber Gin! Inspired by South Africa's Karoo Desert, this features a hearty helping of aloe to give it a fragrant, vegetal though subtly sweet flavour profile, bolstered by familiar cucumber freshness.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Grassy and herbaceous. A clean, crisp mouth-feel with enough juniper bite to balance the intense vegetal notes.

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Whitley Neill Aloe & Cucumber Gin Reviews


Absolutely gorgeous. Tried the rhubarb & ginger, which I found too sweet then tried the Aloe & Cucumber, heavenly. Loved it. Thanks Whitley & Neill

22nd May 2019

Surprisingly brilliant!

If you like gin, rather than flavoured gin, you're likely to really enjoy this. It's not like W/Ns other flavoured offerings (which I'm no fan of), and it retains plenty of juniper in its flavour. Try it with F/T elderflower tonic and a long peel of cucumber. Very very nice indeed.

23rd March 2019

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