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Mombasa Club Gin Rating:3

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Brand:Mombasa

History

At the end of the XIX century, in the heart of Victorian times, the great and famous British Empire already dominated sea communications, the commercial routes and most of the merchandise traffic between the Orient and the West. A domain that was largely due to the discovery of new routes towards India. The most important discovery was the coastal city of Mombasa, in front of the Island of Zanzibar which, due to its strategic position, didn’t take long in becoming the main port and commercial centre for the whole of East Africa. This was where the first private social club was set up: the mythical Mombasa Club. It was founded in 1885 by officials of the British East Africa Protectorate and was exclusively for Englishmen. The Mombasa Club was an essential part of Colonial life and became famous and popular as a warm, idyllic leisure and meeting point, where its members held lively debates or interchanged news whilst sipping their Mombasa Club gins & tonics. An exclusive gin from England that was specially distilled and bottled for the consumption and pleasure of its members.


Description

Mombasa Club Gin is distilled following the traditional method known as "batch distillation", using neutral alcohol that has previously been distilled four times and a selection of natural ingredients.


Tasting notes
  • Visual Stage: clean, shiny, crystalline.
  • Olfactory Stage: on the nose, it unveils the subtlety of the most exotic botanic species; Angelica root, Cassia bark, coriander seed. Wrapped in slightly spicy aromas of clove and cumin and with a very notable, long-lasting background of juniper berries.   
  • Gustative Stage: slightly sweet on the tongue with a well-balanced unfolding in the mouth. Herbal sensations, light citric, anis tones and the strong botanic species already mentioned. With a long, bitter finish.

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