A bold, complex and aromatic artisan gin – perfect in a gin cocktail or as a classic G&T. Made with an enticing blend of native British botanicals with both historical and current military connotations.
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Leading notes of fresh citrus subside revealing smooth coconut scented gorse and the aromatic sweetness of red clover.
Juniper forward an initial citrus burst mixes with bitter undertones of yarrow which mellow to smooth bold earthy notes and the perfect balance of sweet apple.
Enduring smoothness with a subtle sweetness and fresh cleansing notes of heather and pine. Inspiring.
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Miniature 5cl Bottles
Royal Mail 2nd Class – £3.00 up to 12 bottles (2-3 working days)
Single 25cl & 70cl Bottle(s)
Royal Mail 1st Class – £7.85 per bottle (1-2 working days)
Royal Mail 2nd Class – £4.85 per bottle (2-3 working days)
Case of Six Bottles
48hr Courier – £15.00 per case (1-2 working days)
The spicy, aromatic, dark berries of the juniper tree are the main flavouring ingredient of all gins. Their essential oils provide an aroma of pine and a hint of bitterness on the palate.
Gorse is synonymous with UK military training areas, the vibrantly bright golden yellow gorse flowers have a delicate yet distinctive coconut flavour and aroma.
Yarrow, also known as Soldiers’ Woundwort is a natural styptic and was used to staunch bleeding during many historic battles. The herb has a strong liquorice-like aroma with a sweet flavour and a bitter finish.
The flowers of the linden tree have a strong sweet smell, like honeysuckle or jasmine and taste as floral as they smell. Said to “Gladden the Heart”, lime flower tea was drunk by WW2 soldiers to bring about calmness.
The humble Hawthorn Berry enjoys a long and enduring history as the herb to strengthen the heart. The sweet flavour of these bright red berries has been compared to ripe apples.
Heather has been used to give many beers and spirits their characteristic taste. Heather flowers commonly mean good luck, admiration, and protection.