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Mrs Cuthbert's Parma Violet Cupcake Gin Liqueur

(50cl, 20%)

Mrs Cuthbert's Parma Violet Cupcake Gin Liqueur

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Cuthbert's Parma Violet Bottling Note

This British gin liqueur was distilled in North Yorkshire with six botanical gin before it was then infused with flavours of parma violet and a touch of vanilla. It was designed to capture the character of the homemade cakes that the founder's late Auntie Dot used to make in her home in Yorkshire in the 1940's. It's enjoyable as a replacement for gin in a G&T or as an addition to a glass of prosecco.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Violet and vanilla harmoniously blend with juniper and a fresh citrus note.

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Mrs Cuthbert's Parma Violet Cupcake Gin Liqueur Reviews

Loved the rich creamy flavour

Absolutely delicious. So creamy

27th September 2020

Good information

I haven't try but going I tried gin for the first time the other day and had the African violet one it was gorgeous. I'm looking for the African violet

14th April 2019

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