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Floral Gin

Different flavours of gin come from the different botanical inclusions added by distillers. Floral gins use different flowering plants to create botanical notes that are light but still complex. 

Our collection of floral gins includes a wide variety of different floral ingredients. In keeping with gin's English character, some of the most common floral notes include elderflower, rose and lavender, each of which contributes a delicate but distinctive quality to the gin. Other common floral notes in gins include honeysuckle and violet. 

Many floral ingredients lend a delicate sweetness to gin. In some gins, the flower will be the lead botanical -- that is, the dominant flavour in the gin's flavour profile. In others, the floral note can lend an additional quality to the mixture, counterbalancing another ingredient. For example, delicate lavender can counterbalance the peppery notes of other botanicals or cut down the strong flavour of juniper berries. 

Some distillers experiment with less-common floral flavours; for instance, a small note of hibiscus can add an interesting complexity to a gin. Hibiscus is often used to lend a little sourness to the flavour profile, counterbalancing a sweeter botanical. 

As you might expect, floral gins are ideal for refreshing spring and summer cocktails. To really bring out their aromas and flavours, try adding floral or fruity garnishes such as slices of strawberry or dried flowers to drinks made with floral gins. 

 

Different flavours of gin come from the different botanical inclusions added by distillers. Floral gins use different flowering plants to create botanical notes that are light but still... read more »
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Floral Gin

Different flavours of gin come from the different botanical inclusions added by distillers. Floral gins use different flowering plants to create botanical notes that are light but still complex. 

Our collection of floral gins includes a wide variety of different floral ingredients. In keeping with gin's English character, some of the most common floral notes include elderflower, rose and lavender, each of which contributes a delicate but distinctive quality to the gin. Other common floral notes in gins include honeysuckle and violet. 

Many floral ingredients lend a delicate sweetness to gin. In some gins, the flower will be the lead botanical -- that is, the dominant flavour in the gin's flavour profile. In others, the floral note can lend an additional quality to the mixture, counterbalancing another ingredient. For example, delicate lavender can counterbalance the peppery notes of other botanicals or cut down the strong flavour of juniper berries. 

Some distillers experiment with less-common floral flavours; for instance, a small note of hibiscus can add an interesting complexity to a gin. Hibiscus is often used to lend a little sourness to the flavour profile, counterbalancing a sweeter botanical. 

As you might expect, floral gins are ideal for refreshing spring and summer cocktails. To really bring out their aromas and flavours, try adding floral or fruity garnishes such as slices of strawberry or dried flowers to drinks made with floral gins. 

 

 
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