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N: Lemon, juniper, ethanol
P: More lemon and juniper at first then sweetness, not sugar sweet but natural fruity sweet
Delicious gin. Sometimes I get overpowered by juniper but this is refreshing citrus and sweetness and drinks below its 114 proof
This one is strong. Really strong. 114 proof and you can taste it. Juniper, citrus and cardamon on the nose. Lemon on the palate. When you taste it, it hurts. It burns all the way down to your belly. Even with a splash of water. But the funny thing is that it not necessarily unpleasant. Tried it in a Martini. Meh. I like mine with a London Dry. Excellent in a Gimlet with 2 oz of gin and 1 oz of house made lime cordial
Fruity, Juniper and Harsh
This is one of the few older gins that I don't only taste lemon as the fruit, I also get berry tastes (like blackcurrant or raspberry). Furthermore, this gin tastes sweet to me as compared with others, like a sort of soda-pop aftertaste. Other than that this tastes like a good standard gin, junipers and all. Finally, I'd be remiss to not talk about the harshness of this strong gin - at 57% abv it packs a punch, and I notice it.
I must say that this 57% gin goes down smoother than a lot of 40% gins I've tasted. Its one of a kind; it tastes like an exotic london dry, and is definitely worth a try.