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Adnams Copper House Blackcurrant Gin
When the team at Adnams decided to produce a fruit-forward, hedgerow-style gin, they wanted to ensure they could use locally grown fruit in the recipe.
They found out that blackcurrants were available in abundance in East Anglia, which was fortunate, as they were going to need lots of them. Copper House Blackcurrant Gin joins the family, alongside Copper House Dry Gin, and Copper House Pink.
Like its relatives, it starts life as East Coast Vodka, which this time we have redistilled with blackcurrant puree and a complementary selection of botanicals.
Gin-Note.com™ flavour guidance
Pronounced and Bittersweet
Crisp blackcurrant fruit and juniper’s tart citrus flavours are balanced with botanicals that deliver sweet, woody accents.
Ideal mixer: Classic tonic
Recommended garnish: Blackcurrants or fresh berries
Ideal serve: Serve Copper House Blackcurrant with ice and Fever Tree Indian Tonic Water, and garnish with blackcurrants or fresh berries.
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|Nose:||Blackcurrant, Juniper, Citrus|
|Palate:||A bittersweet duet of tangy blackcurrants and citrus juniper|
|Finish:||Liquorice sweetness, which mellows at the finish, and dries to light notes of aniseed and cinnamon.|
|Serve:||Serve Copper House Blackcurrant with ice and Fever Tree Indian Tonic Water, and garnish with blackcurrants or fresh berries.|