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Black Button Citrus Forward Gin

From Black Button Distilling

Rich and juicy orange delivers a bold fruit taste that is a perfect match for the New York State Cascade hops and delicate notes of juniper.

Citrus Forward will add a unique character to any cocktail with a twist on a classic Gin and Tonic, but is refined and smooth enough to be used in a Dry Gin Martini.

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Bold and Spice

Bold citrus taste with sweet and bitter orange peel & NY State Cascade hops. Fruity notes, a hint of spice offer a sweet and earthy palate.

Ideal mixer: Classic tonic

Recommended garnish: Orange twist

Ideal serve: G&T or Bee's Knees

Juniper
Citrus
Floral
Fruit
Herbal
Spice
Orange Peel
Star Anise

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ABV:42%
Nose:Bright citrus notes on the nose
Palate:A hint of spice and hops on the tongue
Finish:Finishing with clean and refreshing hints of juniper
Serve:G&T or Bee's Knees with Orange Twist
Website:https://www.blackbuttondistilling.com

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