Warner’s Lemon Balm Gin
Warner’s first creation within the Botanical Garden Range, made with Lemon Balm, a member of the mint family, also known by its Latin name “Melissa Officinalis”.
She produces a herbaceous explosion on the palate that is fresh and distinctive with a beautiful citrus and minty finish. The Botanical Garden Range of gins is inspired by the love and dedication of Tom Warner’s mother.
The herbaceous plants foraged from her garden, now converted into The Distillery’s Botanical Garden, are used to craft their pioneering limited edition recipes. Each bottle has a seed packet for people to grow their own lemon balm and start their own botanical gardens at home and use as a garnish for their gin.
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|Nose:||Green leafy citrus with hints of vanilla and cocoa butter before honeyed pine.|
|Palate:||An elegant texture with bright fresh leafy notes, floral citrus and some spice of cardamom and nutmeg.|
|Finish:||A light sweetness with vanilla-mint, crisp citrus, a hint of ginger and menthol pepper.|