Hayman's 1820 Gin Liqueur
Hayman's // England
This is exactly what you would think it is ---a distilled gin, based on a specific citrus-dominant gin recipe, blended with sugar to create a liqueur. The botanicals used are the standard ten for Hayman's gin: juniper, coriander, lemon peel, orange peel, angelica root, cinnamon root, cassia bark, orris root, licorice, and nutmeg. At 40% ABV, it's bottled at a higher proof than most liqueurs and sold in Europe, most notably in Spain.
Herbal/Spice LiqueursHerbal and/or spiced liqueurs make up a bulk of the liqueur family. Oftentimes the recipe or formula is top secret and decades if not centuries old and were created for “medicinal purposes.” Any type of liquor can form the base. Sugar is added prior to bottling.
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