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SWEET GIN

Gin might be famous for its dry, mature taste, but that doesn’t mean it can’t keep sweet-toothed imbibers satisfied. Sweet gin is usually infused with fruits and other botanicals, so it tends to have a smooth, premium flavour that rolls of the palate with ease. Pink gin is enjoying its heyday, but sweet gin is original enough to have its own category. 

Brockmans Intensely Smooth delivers a wholly different take on pink spirits by including rich blueberries and blackberries. Add a few frozen raspberries to your tipple and enjoy with a refined tonic for the brightest G&T you’ve ever enjoyed. 

German Sloe gin is the product of Monkey 47, a distillery that’s earned its very own cult following. Sloe gin is inspired by black forest, so its fruity flavours are far richer than any you’d find in a traditional pink gin. 

Spain’s exotic MOM Gin has an overpowering scent of red berries. It’s syrupy enough to play the starring role in cocktails but smooth enough to be enjoyed over ice. The light, floral GINi by Dactari is a German interpretation that has notes of herbs and pepper. It is, nonetheless, delightfully light. In contrast, Silo Reserve is a husky, viscous gin distilled in casks that once held bourbon. It has the flavour of pecan pie. 

Sweet gin has become famous for keeping gin-haters happy, but true connoisseurs should explore it anyway. Juniper and berries have, after all, become key infusions in contemporary gins. Traditionalists will find just the right craft gins to liven up their favourite spirit. 

Gin might be famous for its dry, mature taste, but that doesn’t mean it can’t keep sweet-toothed imbibers satisfied. Sweet gin is usually infused with fruits and other botanicals, so it tends to... read more »
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SWEET GIN

Gin might be famous for its dry, mature taste, but that doesn’t mean it can’t keep sweet-toothed imbibers satisfied. Sweet gin is usually infused with fruits and other botanicals, so it tends to have a smooth, premium flavour that rolls of the palate with ease. Pink gin is enjoying its heyday, but sweet gin is original enough to have its own category. 

Brockmans Intensely Smooth delivers a wholly different take on pink spirits by including rich blueberries and blackberries. Add a few frozen raspberries to your tipple and enjoy with a refined tonic for the brightest G&T you’ve ever enjoyed. 

German Sloe gin is the product of Monkey 47, a distillery that’s earned its very own cult following. Sloe gin is inspired by black forest, so its fruity flavours are far richer than any you’d find in a traditional pink gin. 

Spain’s exotic MOM Gin has an overpowering scent of red berries. It’s syrupy enough to play the starring role in cocktails but smooth enough to be enjoyed over ice. The light, floral GINi by Dactari is a German interpretation that has notes of herbs and pepper. It is, nonetheless, delightfully light. In contrast, Silo Reserve is a husky, viscous gin distilled in casks that once held bourbon. It has the flavour of pecan pie. 

Sweet gin has become famous for keeping gin-haters happy, but true connoisseurs should explore it anyway. Juniper and berries have, after all, become key infusions in contemporary gins. Traditionalists will find just the right craft gins to liven up their favourite spirit. 

 
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X-GIN cocoa based gin 50cl
£35.99