Nose – Enough botanicals to make us wish we had five noses. Big notes of citrus, delicate menthol and flowers everywhere.
Palate – Cool at first. It quickly mellows out, warmth growing with citrus keeping it fresh throughout.
Finish – Long, with a good spice.
Launched In 2010, This Is A Classic, Juniper-Forward London Dry Style Gin. Amongst The Recipe’s Thirteen Botanicals Is A Nod To Scotland, With Native Cobnuts And Black Mulberry.
This Is A Refined, Crisp Gin With A Distinctively Smooth Finish. Clean And Fresh On The Nose, Whilst The Palate Offers Juniper, Pine And Lavender. Bright Citrus Gives Away To A Soft, Round Finish.
Perfect Serve With Premium Tonic Water And An Orange Twist To Garnish, Or In A Variety Of Classic Cocktails Such As Martinis, Negronis, And Gimlets.
Hand-Crafted & Small-Batch Gin. Orange And Lime Peels Arrive First On The Nose, But Are Quickly Backed Up By Refreshing, Vegetal Herbs. A Crackle Of Peppery Juniper Lasts Throughout.
When They Say Hand-Crafted & Small-Batch, This Is The Entire Truth. The Small-Batch Distilled Spirit Is Bottled By Hand, With Each Bottle Being Individually Numbered And Signed By The Master Distiller.
Avva – Means A Respected Grand-Mother, A Respected Mother, Any Old Or Respectable Woman In The Indian Language Of Dravidian. In Hebrew It Means To Overturn Or Ruin Which Links The Reputation That Gin Had As ‘Mother’s Ruin’ From The Hogarth Era.
Nose – There are strong berry notes such as blueberry and blackberry. There is also a clean and refreshing influence of citrus.
Palate – The gin is light on the palate, yet full of flavours such as orange peel. It is intensely smooth.
Finish – There is a long and full-bodied finish to the gin. It sits very nicely on the palate.