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*World's best gin - International Wine and Spirits Competition 2011*
*Gold Medal "Best In Class" - International Wine and Spirit Competition 2007 & 2009*
*The Guardian - Gin Taste Test, Oct 2012*
Whitley Neill is a traditionally distilled London Dry Gin, and uses a small antique copper still named 'Constance'. What separates it from the rest is the use of two unique African botanicals, the fruit of the Baobab tree and Cape goosberries. These very unique citrussy botanicals sit alongside 7 quite traditional gin botanicals including juniper, coriander and orange peel. This gives a very different citrus nose compared to the gins already out there. Also, the juniper is a little more laid back and therefore the gin is a little softer, smoother and more rounder. This is a seriously good gin!
"Good and ginny with plenty of fresh-tasting juniper and punchy citrus notes courtesy of the makrut lime and cape gooseberries and, apparently, an additional zesty sourness provided by baobab fruit. The well-balanced initial flavours give way to a nice peppery finish make a very good G&T. This is the only gin our panel tasted with charitable links ("5% of the proceeds" go to TreeAid) and at the price represents very good value for money." No. 6 in the Gin Taste Test - Rick Peters, Word of Mouth Blog, the Guardian, Oct 2012
King Solomon's Cooler
40ml Whitley Neill Gin
50ml Pressed apple juice
Squeeze one wedge of lemon & one wedge of lime into a tall glass. Add ice, gin & the apple juice. Top up with lemonade.
2 shots Whitley Neill Gin
2 shots freshly squeezed orange juice
1 shots freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/2 shot sugar syrup
1/2 fresh egg white
Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into empty chilled old fashioned glass. Garnish with a split lime wedge.more ↓ less ↑
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Dan D on 26th Sep 2012 at 23:00
Makes a great G&T!!