Juniper Club Gin

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    Salcombe Gin is exceptionally smooth and elegant  with layers of complexity of juniper, coriander, cubeb and fresh citrus combined with subtle floral notes from camomile flowers. 
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    Does distillation remove the danger of issues with Coeliacs?
  • Tinkture Gin - roses are amber - or are they pink?

    Tinkture Gin is now part of The Juniper Club ever growing Cornish Gin collection, a stunning organic gin made with fresh rose petals.
  • What a lot of Rhubarb (Gin) !

    There has been a plethora of Gin creations over the last year or so including rhubarb as one of their major stars, and why not, this classic British ingredient has lent itself brilliantly to working in Gin.

    So, what options are there?

    The ever popular Whitley Neill Rhubarb & Ginger Gin has certainly stormed the ranks, a stand out purple bottle making it easily spotted. A subtle rhubarb flavour with hints of orange, some difference in opinion as to the level of ginger coming through - probably down to taste buds!


    A newcomer based on Grandad's allotment rhubarb recipe is Grandad's Allotment Rhubarb Gin, this comes from the Exeter Gin team and has a fresh fruity element you would expect. 

    St. Giles Gin have this year launched their Raspberry, Rhubarb & Ginger Gin, with an explosion of flavours this Gin is designed to be drunk neat but could also be enjoyed with indian tonic and a raspberry garnish. 

    With many fans and a perfect summer tipple Tarquin's Rhubarb & Raspberry Cornish Gin tends to be favoured by those preferring a slightly sweeter edge, to be honest it works any time of year, and the new bottles are great! 

    Another Cornish Rhubarb Gin, well we do have the climate (!), is Jynerva Rhubarb & Vanilla Cornish Gin from the Atlantic Distillery. Slightly less sweet but still a good depth of flavour. 

    One of our all time favourite Rhubarb Gins is the Orkney Gin Company Rhubarb Old Tom Gin, a real depth of flavour, a gin that seems to have a 'density' to it. Delicious neat, perfect for sipping in front of a winter fire or paired with Ginger Ale and a raspberry. Delicious. 

  • Black Tomato Gin

    Black Tomato Gin is distilled at the Kampen Distillery in Zeeland, Holland.

    Black Tomato Gin is one we have wanted to try for a while now and have been intrigued by the bottle with it's matt black coating and distinctive tomato logo.

    We honestly were not sure what the colour of the emerging liquid was going to be and in some way this added to the charm and the mystery!

    The Black Tomatoes used in the gin are grown in Southern Sicily, producing well flavoured fruits that are combined with salt water in distillation. 

    We served Black Tomato Gin with Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic, a sprinkling of Black Peppercorns and a sprig of fresh rosemary. 

    There is an initial subtle tomato and rosemary (garnish) aroma and on tasting this gives way to Juniper and a sweet but warm taste - perhaps due to the mediterranean tonic. A highly recommended G&T that was hard to put down!

    Black Tomato Gin is available in 50cl and 5cl bottles, certainly one that should be added to the must try list and a surprise excellent G&T after considering tasting it for so long!

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