Ginopedia

Gin Brands

Beefeater Burrough’s Reserve

Produced by: Beefeater Gin

  • Distilled in a small historic copper still from the 19th Century, the spirit is then uniquely rested in Jean de Lillet oak barrels. Burrough’s Reserve should be sipped neat, presenting a new experience for those seeking to explore the world of premium quality gin.
  • With a capacity of only 268L, Still Number 12 (James Burrough’s original still) produces small batches of sophisticated spirit with its own intriguing character. The batches are so limited that each bottle of Burrough’s Reserve displays its batch and bottle number on the label.
  • With similarities to a fine single malt or barrel-aged rum, its long and complex finish encourages the drinker to linger over the liquid, allowing the subtle citrus flavours to develop, which lead on to juniper before finishing on gentle spice.

Botanicals used in Beefeater Burrough’s Reserve:

Other gins produced by: Beefeater Gin

Beefeater 24 Gin bottle

Beefeater 24

When Beefeater Master Distiller Desmond Payne was asked to come up with his very own creation, he decided to start where Beefeater’s original creator James Burrough left off, with a unique and secret recipe that remains virtually unchanged today. Beefeater…

Beefeater London Dry Gin

An exceptionally fresh, clean and crisp gin, with a subtle citrus and fruit edge. The complexity of the Beefeater recipe produces a gin that is multi-dimensional in character, while remaining balanced and well-rounded. Created by James Burrough in the 1800s,…

Gin Guild Members - have you booked your places at the Gin Guild Spring dinner? Dismiss