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BLOOM London Dry Gin

From Quintessential Brands G&J Distillers

BLOOM premium London Dry Gin is a delicate, floral gin created by Master Distiller, Joanne Moore.  It was inspired by nature and the flowers of an English country garden.

This gin is distilled in a traditional copper pot still with a secret combination of seven botanicals added by hand including chamomile, honeysuckle and the citrus fruit pomelo.  These are allowed to rest and macerate to rehydrate the botanicals.

BLOOM Gin is distilled by only the 7th Master Distiller in the 250 years in which G&J Distillers has been producing fine gin.

Nose:A light floral gin with traditional perfume and earthy aromas; the predominant notes are chamomile, honeysuckle and pomelo.
Finish:Citrus finish with no aggressive alcohol bite.

Botanicals used in BLOOM London Dry Gin:

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