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Martin Miller’s Westbourne Strength Gin

The Westbourne strength variant was developed in 2002 to 2003 in response to requests from barmen and mixologists requesting a higher proof version of the gin. It uses the same classic palette of botanicals as the standard Martin Miller’s Gin.

In Westbourne though they have made subtle alterations to their balance, giving the gin a little extra ‘punch’, making it ideal for more complex or highly flavoured cocktails.

ABV:45.2%
Nose:Very soft and gentle on the nose, with equal balance of juniper and citrus.
Finish:Long and dry, with floral notes.
Serve/garnish:Serve chilled over large ice cubes. Add a twist of good quality fresh lime peel. Use a good quality tonic to top up. Decorate with three or four juniper berries.

Botanicals used in Martin Miller’s Westbourne Strength Gin: