Tarquin’s Cornish Gin
A contemporary Cornish take on a classic London dry. Using crisp, piney juniper, fragrant handpicked violet flowers and fresh orange zest Tarquin’s Cornish Gin brings a little bit of Cornish sunshine to every glass.
Tarquin’s Cornish Gin was the first new Gin to be crafted in the South West of England in over 100 years when production began in 2012.
Gin-Note.com™ flavour guidance
Elegant and Citrus
A contemporary Cornish take on a classic London dry. Bringing a little bit of Cornish sunshine to every glass.
Ideal mixer: Mediterranean Tonic
Recommended garnish: Pink Grapefruit & Thyme
Information provided by brand owner. Framework provided by The Gin Guild.
|Nose:||Like stumbling across a citrus grove in the middle of a pine forest. Crisp and vibrant. Touch of warm eastern spice from the cardamom and cinnamon. Floral notes from the handpicked violets and orris root.|
|Palate:||Fresh piney juniper on the front of the mouth leading to zesty lemon sherbet notes from the coriander, vibrant orange blossom from the fresh peels, rounded natural sweetness from the liquorice and an oily creaminess from the almonds.|
|Finish:||Beautifully smooth and bright. Touch of sherbety sweetness while remaining classically dry and juniper lead. Big hit of oily fresh citrus, giving it a full mouth-feel leading on to some gentle spice warmth. Lingering floral complexity at the end.|
|Serve:||Pink Grapefruit and Thyme.|