Warner Edwards Distillery Victoria's Rhubarb Gin, 70 cl

Price: £38.00
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Manufacturer Description

The most current addition to Warner Edwards cherished family, and a gin with genuine provenance. They have actually sourced a crop of rhubarb that was initially grown in the cooking area gardens of Buckingham Palace throughout the reign of Queen Victoria, and has actually given that had quite a journey. Half of the crop was sent to the Vice Regal Lodge in Dublin, which later on ended up being the President's House. It has actually now made its method back to Crown Estate land in Lincolnshire, and is being organically grown by Fraser M Key. The staying half left in the premises of Buckingham Palace was destroyed throughout The War, makings our rhubarb very unique indeed.W.E utilize our Harrington Dry Gin with 11 botanicals; juniper, coriander seed, angelica root, cinnamon, orange peel, black pepper, lemon peel, cardamom, dried elderflower, ground nutmeg, and one trick, as the base for our Victorias Rhubarb Gin.The rhubarb is thick and fibrous, so they freeze it to break it down and as soon as thawed, they squeeze it through a cider press. Sugar is contributed to balance the acidity of the rhubarb and it is then combined with the 89% Harrington Dry Gin to bring it to 40%. A remarkably British beverage! Spicy gin and robust rhubarb dominate, leaving you with a complete and velvety mouth feel. Its scrumptious drunk neat, and comes alive with the addition of tonic water or ginger ale.

Product Features

Deep rhubarb flavour. Complex on the palate. Amazing cocktail gin. 2015 Silver Medal Winner - International Wine & Spirits Competition

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