Bramley & Gage Six o’clock Gin
This gin offers a wonderfully traditional character and there are fresh citrus and lovely notes of elderflower. It is a powerful gin when tasting in the mouth with great depth of flavour. Super and full floral backing. Fresh yet soothing. Small batch copper stilled it is full flavoured but beautifully balanced. Long and full flavoured finish where the floral notes are strongly evident.
Balance, poise and precision; three very important attributes in the mind of engineer and inventor Edward Kain. With meticulous attention to detail he created mechanical works of art, documented in blueprints that are still treasured today.
Gin-Note.com™ flavour guidance
Smooth and Fresh
Strikingly smooth to taste and beautiful to behold in its iconic Bristol-blue glass bottle.
Ideal mixer: Classic tonic
Recommended garnish: Twist of lemon peel – it's classic for a very good reason
Ideal serve: In a Copa de Balon Glass with plenty of ice
Information provided by brand owner. Framework provided by The Gin Guild.
|Nose:||Classic juniper aroma from the start, clean, green elderflower emerges, supported by delightful sweet and juicy orange|
|Palate:||Loud coriander emerges augmenting elderflower sweetness. Juniper is present throughout, not dominating but supporting the flavour journey.|
|Finish:||A warm citrus note carries through to the finish leaving the mouth tasting both pine and citrus long after the final sip|
|Serve:||In a Copa de Balon Glass with plenty of ice with Twist of lemon peel – it's classic for a very good reason|