Bright citrus notes are up-front, though not one-dimensional. There’s intense sweetness, but a touch of waxy orange peel peel balancing it out in the background. Hints of pepper, cassia and thyme honey join in along the way too.
Beefeater London Dry Gin Was First Made In 1820 By James Burroughs. It Is Still, To This Day, Made To The Same Recipe. Great In A Martini, This Is A Spiced, Fruity Gin.
Nose – On The Nose Beefeater Is Both Spicy And Fruity. Nicely Balanced And Clearly Focused On The Juniper. Palate – The Palate Is Dry With A Herbal Bouquet And Citrus Notes Complimenting The Juniper. Perfect Serve – 50ml Beefeater Gin, Premium Tonic, Lots Of Ice And Garnish With A Slice Of Lemon And Orange.
The Smoothness Flows From The Custom-Built Copper Still With Its Unique Double Sphere Head, Together With The Careful Selection Of Our Botanicals And Our Distiller’s Craft. Only The Pure Hear Of Each Run Makes The Cut. Edward Kain, The Dapper Gentleman Seafarer And Great Grandfather Of Our Head Distiller, Enjoyed His Gin And Tonic At 6 O’clock, A Tradition Still Shared By British Gin-Lovers All Over The World Today. Clean, Green Elderflower Leaps Forward, Supported By A Delightfully Sweet And Juicy Orange Juniperis Present Throughout, But Never In A Dominating Capacity, Rather It Supports The Entire Flavour Journey, Leaving The Mouth Oscillating Wildly Between Pine And Citrus Long After The Sip Is Supped.