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East London Kew Gin

From East London Liquor Company

East London Liquor Company and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew are raising a glass to the plants and pollinators of the world. Without which we wouldn’t have the piney Douglas Fir, fresh lavender and mouthwatering sweet orange that make this collab gin oh so special.

It’s out of this (natural) world. THERE’S NO BOOZE WITHOUT BUGS

Gin-Note.com™ flavour guidance

Impressive and Floral

Refreshing pine and lavender, morish sweet orange, earthy liquorice

Ideal mixer: Classic tonic

Recommended garnish: Orange slice or fresh rosemary sprig

Ideal serve: Martini

Juniper
Citrus
Floral
Fruit
Herbal
Spice
Douglas fir
Sweet orange

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ABV:42%
Nose:Pine and lavender
Palate:Sweet Orange
Finish:Earthy liquorice
Serve:Martini with Orange slice or fresh rosemary sprig
Website:www.eastlondonliquorcompany.com

Botanicals used in East London Kew Gin

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