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The Crow Man's Rhubarb Gin Liqueur

(50cl, 20%)

The Crow Man's Rhubarb Gin Liqueur

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Crow Man's Rhubarb Gin Bottling Note

Rhubarb Gin Liqueur from the Kelso Gin Company's Crow Man range. They use locally-sourced rhubarb to create it, with an eye towards making a crisp tipple suitable for enjoying neat, over ice or splashing into some sparkling wine.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

It is rather crisp indeed! Sweet but not sugary, with a touch of classic rhubarb tartness appearing on the mid-palate.

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Crow Man's Rhubarb Gin Liqueur Reviews

Superb

Surprised at the previous comment. Obviously don’t know why it is called a liqueur.

13th July 2019

Too expensive for this size of bottle and alcohol strength.

Bought this with the expectations of a normal strength gin of around 40%, considering that the price was £31 for 500ml we were very surprised that it was only 20% by volume in strength, at that price we thought it would have been the normal strength.

1st December 2017

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