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Black Button Barrel Reserve Gin

From Black Button Distilling

Black Button Barrel Reserve Gin holds a special place in the Black Button team’s hearts. The combination of their two true small batch distilling loves. Their classic Citrus Forward Gin, but enhanced by resting in their used bourbon barrels for a period of time. They find these qualities make this gin an easy sipping gin served neat, on the rocks, or mixed in your favourite cocktail.

Gin-Note.com™ flavour guidance

Smooth and Woody

The bright fresh pop of our Citrus Forward Gin, and the smooth subtle woody notes that only a bourbon barrel can supply.

Ideal mixer: Maple Old Fashioned

Recommended garnish: Orange twist

Ideal serve: Neat or on the rocks

Aged: In Bourbon Barrels

Juniper
Citrus
Floral
Fruit
Herbal
Spice
Bitter Orange Peel
Star Anise

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ABV:42%
Nose:Woody with caramel notes
Palate:Oak taste with hints of vanilla and citrus tones throughout
Finish:Smooth finish with lingering oak
Serve:Neat or on the rocks with an orange twist
Website:https://www.blackbuttondistilling.com

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