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Fifty Pounds Rating:3

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Family:Gin
Brand:Fifty Pounds

Description

"Super Premium" Gin. Some of the botanicals used in the elaboration of Fifty Pounds Gin are:

  • Juniper Berries: from the hills of Croatia. Juniper, the principal ingredient in the fabrication of gin, imparts an aroma with traces of pine.
  • Coriander Seeds: from the Middle East. The seeds accentuate the exotic flavours, spicy hints, citric elements and freshness.
  • Grains of Paradise: from the Gulf of Guinea, Eastern Africa. A rare, hard to source variety, imparting subtle, peppery flavour with hints of lavender.
  • Savory: from the South of France, with a delicate aroma and traces of mint, affording extra freshness.
  • Orange & Lemon Peel: from the East of Spain and Southern Spain respectively, creating a subtle balance between the citric aromas and flavours, enhancing the gin’s superb dryness.
  • Liquorice: from Calabria, southern Italy, giving the spirit its delicate, woody and bitter notes.
  • Angelica Root: from Western Europe, which homogenises the flavour of the remaining botanicals, giving the gin a delicate earthiness on the palate.

Tasting notes
  • Appearance: colourless, water white, with spirit tails on the side of the glass.
  • Bouquet: spirit with a predominant Juniper and Coriander nose balance of with citrus and spice notes.
  • Taste: smooth, complex, plenty of Juniper balanced by the citrus and spice constituents. Gives a good long finish with freshness and also a clean finish.
  • Gastronomy: ideal for drinking neat, with tonic or in a dry Martini.

Source: Fifty Pounds
Product Website: Fifty Pounds


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