This gin is made in ultra-small batches (between 30 and 60 bottles at a time) and the length of the compounding period is controlled entirely by periodic sampling.
The result is an extraordinary gin, lightly tinted by the botanicals, and with a flavour which is both bold, and perfumed all at once. Sure to be a hit with amateur and professional mixologists alike. It is 'cask aged' in wooden casks for a period of time which gives it's yellow appearance.
Packaged using brown paper, string and wax, the presentation puts us in mind of a Victorian apothecary!
Winner of the World's Best Compound Gin at the 2014 World Gin Awards, this gin from the enigmatic Professor Cornelius Ampleforth is anything but amateur.
|ORIGIN:||Tunbridge Wells, England|
|PERFECT SERVE:||Lots of ice, premium tonic, a cinnamon stick & an orange slice.|
|BOTANICALS:||Juniper, Orange Peel, Coriander, Cinnamon, Cloves and Cardamom.|