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An English gin, distilled at Herefordshire, from the same company that make Chase potato vodka. This is distilled from organic apples, and has a lovely crisp, fruity flavour.
Nose: Sweet with green apple laces, a little liquorice, juniper and elderflower. Perhaps even a hint of toffee...?
Palate: Crisp apples up front, slowly becoming juicier, with orange peels chiming in from the side. Dryer near the end with classic gin herbaceousness.
Finish: Refreshing with plenty of juniper and citrus.
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This is a fantastic gin, its really refreshing to taste something different to the norm!
23rd December 2016
This is something very different, a must try!
12th December 2016
A truly unique gin. Full of flavour, you can really taste the natural freshness of apples coming through from the underlying spirit. Williams Elegant 48 Gin is another fantastic product coming out of Chase Distillery who seem to set the bench mark for single estate distilling.
5th December 2016
Great long drink, recommend with Fevertree ElderFlower tonic.
24th November 2016
As a vodka it's great, as a gin its lacking
2nd July 2016
I really love the William Chase Extra Dry Gin. I can't relate to this particular gin - I can't put my finger on what is not right for me - until I read a review just below and thought, "that's it, odd taste".
very odd taste - is this gin?
20th June 2016
I have to agree with earlier review - simply the best. Tried this at gin of the week event and absolutely love it with Fever Tree tonic
17th April 2016
Very straight,more like vodka, can't really feel the botanicals, so if you like vodka go for it
4th March 2016
Must be one of the smoothest gins available. Love it. Almost a shame to mix it, but makes a great martini.
23rd November 2015
Not tried this with tonic but with bitter lemon this is an absolutely beautiful drink. I agree with the vodka comments from other reviewers in some respects (neat it is very vodka-ish) but I have to say that as a long drink, I love it. It is very smooth and has a lovely toffee apple after taste
6th July 2015
Far too ethanolic for a straight up G&T. Actually very unpleasant. The 48% alcohol dominates everything. Great for a martini, poor for anything else. Can't taste any of the botanicals......... At close to £40 a bottle, disappointing to say the least
30th May 2015
Bought for wife's birthday, she know's her gin this one is the " Tina Turner" simply the best !!!!😄
15th March 2015
Bought for a friends dinner party the other week, we all had to bring our own gin and this won hands down. Made a simple g & t with lot's of ice but garnished with an apple slice. Amazing story about the owners too, in fact one of the only gins on the market who make their spirit from scratch. A true gem and worth every penny!
19th November 2014
I've tried varios gins recently and out of the new ones I've been introduced to monkey47,sipsmiths,Williams,heindricks,tanquery 10 and bulldog I must say Bulldog for me is the best. I'm afraid Williams reminds me of Squires
8th November 2014
well I am glad I only bought a small 50cl sample rather than a big bottle. I couldn't even finish this gin and tonic. sorry, for me, totally missed the mark. perhaps sell as an apple vodka.
17th October 2014
As with the last RV this gin is expensive yet has the oddest flavour. Tastes somewhat cheap, maybe like the flavour imparted by really old ice that has been in your freezer for years. Disliked it. only drink it after Ive had a few so Im less discerning. shame for the heritage and price
10th September 2014
I have to say, that this is, to date, the only bottle of Gin that I've ever given away... to 3 different people because none of them liked it. It has a strange flavour that seems to resemble the vodka it comes from more than the gin it is. I appreciate that a lot of people seem to enjoy it, but unfortunately, not a single friend or family member could stand it. Shame for the price too :(.
3rd September 2014
IM BIG FAN OF GIN, WILLIAMS IS THE BEST
6th June 2014
Was a little hesitant with the review saying it was more like Vodka, and another saying unpleasant. Made from apples, into cider, into vodka, into gin. I have to say I was bowled over. This to date is THE nicest gin I have ever had. Being 48%, 3 doubles was more than enough for a good night.
1st February 2014
Now the rating
30th December 2013
Incredible! I may have had one too many but you can really taste the apple and it's incredibly smooth. 10/10 all day long for me!
Ill one try the rating!
21st October 2013
Lovely gin and all gins , actually all spirits are gluten free. Only problems you will have are beers and lagers. ( a coeliac for. 50 years)
This smells more like vodka than gin, and unfortunately, I have to say the same for the taste. It's drinkable, but I definately don't rate it as a gin.
23rd August 2013
Lovely tasting gin. Only question I have is, is it gluten free, i.e. no wheat, malt, barley etc., as I have celiac disease.
18th August 2013
A not very Gin like Gin. Nice enough but I wont buy it again
31st July 2013
An amazing gin. Full of flavour andwith fever tree tonic a memorabledrink. One is enough and a veryspecial drink.
5th July 2013
Ooops, forgot to give it a rating
7th April 2013
To date, easily the best gin I have tried. Distilled from vodka which was itself distilled from cider and not potatoes, it is full of flavour and wonderful aromas. A real treat!
very smooth and complex, notes of roses
19th December 2010
Didn't like it at all. Unusual and unpleasant taste
6th November 2010