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Ferdinand's Saar Quince

(50cl, 30%)

Ferdinand's Saar Quince
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Ferdinand's Saar Quince Bottling Note

A refreshing, fruity spirit from the Ferdinand's range, made with a similar composition to their Ferdinand's Saar Dry Gin, including 30 botanicals and combined with semi-sweet Riesling. However, this one has a little something extra at the core of its flavour profile - freshly-harvested quince, grown right next to the distillery. Presented as a regional homage to the British Sloe Gin, Ferdinand's Saar Quince ought to be amazing in summer cocktails or mixing with tonic and plenty of ice.

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Ferdinand's Saar Quince Reviews


Drink with fever tree Indian tonic and a large garnish of fresh orange peel....
Perfection x

9th December 2016

Summer Love

Beautifully put together. The sweetness is natural and comes from the macerated quince. Poor reviewers really don't help anyone.

3rd October 2016

You're wrong

Loved this gin, have it over ice, nothing else. Tastes like rosewater

18th January 2016

Very sweet. Awful.

One of the worst gins I have tried, but I prefer dry gins. Very, very sweet. Tasted like a combination of grape juice and medicine.

22nd December 2015

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