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.
The Ancient Mariner’s London Dry Gin Was Chosen From More Than 25 Different Recipes, Created With 100% British Grains And Distilled In London. It Is Named, Of Course, For Coleridge’s Famous Poem The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner.
Nose – Herbal Nose With Tangy Fresh Juniper And Hints Of Oily Spices. Palate – Earthy Juniper Delivery. Dry And Crisp, With A Good Interplay Between The Other Botanicals. Hints Of Citrus Develop. Finish – Peppery Finish. Quite Oily.
6 O’clock Sloe Gin Is Made In Small Catches Using Handpicked, Wild, Hedgerow Sloes. The Intense Fruit Flavour Of This Traditional Classic Is Achieved By Using A High Sloe To Gin Ratio, Plenty Of Sugar, Then Patiently And Slowly Maturing For At Least 6 Months. Smooth, Intense And With A Robust Flavour Enjoy Neat, Or In A Cocktail.