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Jaffa Cake Gin

(70cl, 42%)

Jaffa Cake Gin

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We can't actually ship Jaffa Cake Gin to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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-The folks at Master of Malt

Jaffa Cake Gin Bottling Note

Consider the Jaffa cake. A timeless treat. Now, if something is delicious, chances are someone will make a gin with it, and that’s exactly what has happened here. Jaffa Cake Gin is distilled with oranges, fresh orange peel, cocoa powder and Jaffa cakes. Actual Jaffa cakes. As in “Right, we could eat these yummy Jaffa cakes, or we could put the Jaffa cakes in this vacuum still and make Jaffa Cake Gin.” It’s that kind of situation. The result is just like you’d expect - full-on Jaffa cake tastiness built around a distinctive base of crisp juniper. The label claims it’ll make the best Negroni mankind has ever seen, but we’ll let you be the judge of that one - though you will get top marks if you stick a Jaffa cake on your glass like a citrus wheel garnish.

Speaking of Negronis... We've got just the thing, with our Jaffa Cake Gin Negroni Bundle! Everything you need all in one handy place, and it even saves you some shiny coins. It's like the icing on the (Jaffa) cake.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Zingy orange (marmalade-esque) is swiftly overtaken by a rich and earthy chocolate undertone. Hints of vanilla-rich cake and just a touch of almondy-goodness. A solid backbone of juniper brings up the rear.

Palate: Jaffa cakes! Perhaps not surprising, but the resemblance is uncanny. Nice balance and great poise. The flavour never oversteps the mark - this is still resolutely 'a gin'. Delicately sweet - not sickly or in any way liqueur-like.

Finish: The orange-y palate fades into unctuous hot cocoa, and a note of bitter dark chocolate remains to the last, ably shored up by the piney tang from the juniper.

Overall: Does what it says on the tin, this one. Nicely integrated, and extremely crowd-pleasing.

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Jaffa Cake Gin Reviews

Deliciously surprising gin

Gorgeous ! I was given it as a present for Christmas. I'm back for more

19th January 2022


My word. I drink gin like a fish, but I drink this like a whale 😁. It is so delicious, you can actually taste the Jaffa cake biscuit. Fabulous. Anyone that doesn't like it, I'll have it!!

23rd August 2021


LOVE IT does just what it says on the bottle

27th May 2021



1st April 2021


Can’t get another

21st March 2021

Great in a Negroni

It makes one of the best negronis I've ever tasted. Absolutely lovely stuff.

17th March 2021

Not for me

I didn't like this at all, I had to give it away

11th February 2021

Jaffa cake lovers, apply here

It is clearly a gin, but you do also get all of the flavours of the Jaffa Cake coming through as well. Ridiculously good.

3rd February 2021

Definitely does what it says on the tin

If it's Jaffa Cake Gin you want, you've got it. It, quite literally, tastes like Jaffa Cakes: marmaladey orange, chocolate, biscuit-y background, the works. So if you don't like Jaffa Cakes, definitely don't buy it. I didn't expect tonic to work very well with it, but it does! Magically, the flavour is still pure Jaffa Cake with a bit of extra bitterness from the tonic, not 'Jaffa Cake dipped in tonic water'. Orange juice is another option for a mixer.
A slight warning - the flavour is pretty rich due to the chocolate notes, so it's definitely more of a treat drink. Don't expect to be able to drink more than two in a row (unless you REALLY love chocolate)
It's an all-round lovely spirit though, definitely would recommend.

2nd January 2021

Yes, it’s really Jaffa Cake flavoured gin!!!

Really enjoying this gin!! Strange how it just tastes citrussy when neat, but the chocolateyness comes through when you add the tonic.
I’ve been disappointed before many times with flavoured gins but this one really does deliver!!

31st December 2020

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