Reverend Hubert Winter Gin Liqueur 50cl

English Liqueurs • 50cl • 27%
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Reverend Hubert Winter Gin Liqueur
In stock, get it Tue 18th

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Country English Liqueurs
Distillery/Brand Reverend Hubert
Style Gin Liqueurs

Reverend Hubert Winter

This festive gin liqueur is named after Reverend Hubert Bell Lester, who created his winter liqueur recipe in 1904 for the Christmas gathering of his congregation. Years later, his great-grandson recreated the original formula with a few updates and help from Joe Wadsack, who is generally thought to have the best palate in the wine business. There are Amalfi lemons and oranges, along with a few seasonal spices - this one's a winner simply over ice and will do well in a Negroni, too.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Warming and spicy, with loads of oily citrus zest, a good handful of dried fruit and peppery juniper underneath it all.

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Reviews for Reverend Hubert Winter Gin Liqueur
Perfect with orange tonic ❤️❤️
Such a great story. Thomas the founder was doing a tasting in Fortnum & Mason and was v interesting to hear about his story and his great grandfather. (There are some funny stories about Hubert..he was a character).
We like linger drinks and live it with ginger ale, clementine light or blood orange soda.
And neat like today when it’s freezing and we are walking the dogs.
Master of Malt Customer
5 months ago
Christmas gift to ourselves
It’s now a tradition to drink a champagne cocktail using the amazing Reverend Hubert while making the Christmas dinner. You must add a a maraschino cherry (the new style dark ones not the old radioactive red ones 🤣)
Then we have what’s left with Christmas pud. Try it…it’s better than you can imagine ❤️🌲
Master of Malt Customer
6 months ago
Straight up is amazing
I know it’s beautiful and amazing in champagne and a negroni. We like it Ice.
It’s so fresh from the citrus and yet has that autumn /winter vibe of liquid raisins with a mince pie feel..not too sweet and enough punch without the harshness of some other styles. You can taste the real flavours…worth the £ for sure.
Master of Malt Customer
8 months ago
Recommended highly
This has kept us going over Christmas. Delicious with fizz & on its own. Ran out before I could make a cocktail!
Isabel D , United Kingdom
one year ago
Exactly what we all need for Xmas 2022
My partner and I love hot cocktails and we think there is nothing better than this. Our favourite is a punch with cranberry juice and Sherry. The winter liqueur takes it to another level. The smell is Christmas, skiing, log fires and romance. Try it. Happy Christmas

Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Perfect for Christmas
Fantastic. Christmas cocktails were great.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Richly textured, bright natural gin liqueur that taste like mince pies.
I’m not sure a get where that last two folks are coming from. Yes there’s is citrus, very high quality, which in itself is hard to do unless it’s fresh, and this drink has fantastic Christmassy spice notes of raisins, clove, cinnamon and all that. It’s as Christmassy as a mince pie, and it’s delicious warmed up in a toddy or glühwein. You don’t need much either. Count me in. If it’s too weak for you add a bit if gin I reckon. It’s not rocket science.
Hans J W , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Overpriced and not very wintery
£34.94 for a 50cl bottle of 27% ABV liqueur, that doesn't even taste wintery? No, I do not recommend!
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Good product that's over priced, over rated and poorly marketed
This leads with citrus, bright, undeniable orange and lemons which is odd given it's marketed as a winter gin. The prominent notes, and the ones you'd expect from a winter gin, are warm spices and woodsy scented herbs. Orange/clementine can be in the mix but they can't steal the show otherwise it becomes something else and this is exactly what's happened here. This isn't a winter gin, the lemons don't allow for that. They're so bright I'd call this spring. If they removed the lemons and dialled down the orange it would be a contender for a winter gin. If you've purchased it with Christmas in mind you could try dressing it up with a spiced clementine ginger ale mixer, over ice and a generous orange wheel, which will dial down the lemons, warm up the oranges and the ginger element will bring out the dried fruit, that's otherwise lost. Or just save it until spring/summer and serve it with a sicilian lemon tonic water, a dash of simple syrup, over ice and a slice of lemon and a wheel of orange. The other issue I have with this brand is price. Given its only a 50cl bottle AND it's only 27% (their other gins some are as low as 20%) it's massively over priced. I only ever entertain any of their offerings when they're on offer, discounted by at least £7-10. There's nothing about it's ingredients, taste or aesthetics which puts it on par with the leading premium brands which are appropriately priced at the £35-40.
Sarah Jane S , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Winner winner gin liqueur!
I saw this on Channel 4's Sunday Brunch a few days before Christmas and managed to get it in time for the big day. I can absolutely vouch for how darn tasty it is. Heated it up with Mulled wine spices and cranberry juice for a mulled gin vibe, but also mixed with fruit juices and mint and a clementine slice for a cool cocktail. Will deffo purchase again, and not just for Christmas! Also, how can you not resist that bottle?!
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago