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Cotswolds Ginger Gin

From The Cotswold Distilling Company Ltd

Cotswolds Ginger Gin is a warming and spicy barrel-aged gin combining Cotswolds Dry Gin, American oak barrels, candied ginger and fresh orange peel. With notes of warm honey, spicy ginger and piney juniper, this spirited gin has an exceptional depth of flavour.

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A warming and spicy barrel-aged gin combining Cotswolds Dry Gin, American oak barrels, candied ginger and fresh orange.

Ideal mixer: Classic tonic

Recommended garnish: Orange

Aged: American Oak Barrels

Juniper
Citrus
Floral
Fruit
Herbal
Spice
Orange
Ginger

Information provided by brand owner. Framework provided by The Gin Guild.

ABV:46%
Nose:Warm honey and sweet orange notes balance the fresh spicy ginger and piney juniper.
Palate:Incredibly rich and luxurious, the ginger warms everything through, with vanilla and red fruit notes from the casks.
Finish:A lovely long finish full of dry oak spice and ginger, with lots more honey.
Serve:Mix with a classic tonic water and wedge of orange
Website:https://www.cotswoldsdistillery.com/products/ginger-gin

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