FIFTY POUNDS - 70 Cl
This gin takes its name from a decree established in 1736 by King George II, authorising gin distillation in London at a rate of around 50 pounds per year. Only two gins were granted this authorisation, and Fifty Pounds was one of them.
Profile: rose petal and geranium blossom. Spices (ginger, gentian, cinnamon), freshly cut grass and milky notes (coconut, vanilla cream).
|Nose||Soft, slightly subdued aromas of violet, juniper and hints of spice.|
|Palate||Citrus-like flavours with a good core of juniper. Tangy, slightly floral too.|
|Finish||Herbal, citrus-led finish.|