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Cream Gin

(70cl, 42%)

Cream Gin

Cream Gin Bottling Note

The Worship Street Whistling Shop was one of London's greatest and most influential cocktail bars in the 2010s. The core ingredient of their signature cocktail, Black Cat's Martini (see video below), was Cream Gin, which they teamed up with us to produce!

Cream Gin was a popular treat back in the Victorian Era Gin Palaces, but they were probably made by mixing cream and sugar then leaving it to infuse in the gin. To update this classic idea, this Cream Gin has been cold-distilled using fresh cream as a botanical (the equivalent of 100ml Cream per bottle!), to capture the fresh flavour of the cream in a perfectly clear spirit. You won't find any 'burnt' or 'off' flavours, since the cream is never heated during distillation, and it has the same shelf-life as any other distilled spirit.

Use this to add intriguing twists to classic cocktails and you could be like the cat that's got the cream (gin).

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Rich, full-fat cream with a heavy whack of vanilla, though citrus notes of orange and lemon make themselves apparent.

Palate: Creamy and thick with lactic richness. The combination of a visually transparent liquid with the texture of a rich dairy product produces a fusion of sight and touch that boggles the mind but delights the palate.

Finish: Sweet, creamy, and moreish. This is undoubtedly gin but with a character that breaks the bounds of the category and brings new depth and flavour to the spirit.

Overall: This is not just another gin with a wacky botanical—this is a completely new approach to the category. Gin enthusiasts, historians, and molecular mixologists all stand to be astounded.

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