Whitley Neill Lemongrass & Ginger Gin

Storbritannia, London

Type: Brennevin, Gin
Produsent: Whitley Neill Gin

Om produsenten:

Whitley Neill Gin is a premium handcrafted artisanal gin range and an established English brand with heritage dating back to 1762. Whitley Neill Gin is distilled at the multi-award-winning City of London Distillery, the first, and still the only, gin distillery in The City of London in 200 years.

Johnny Neill is an eighth generation distiller, and direct descendant of Thomas Greenall and JJ Whitley. After initially forging a career in investment management, he went on to delve deeper into his family distilling heritage and started on a new career path, founding the popular Whitley Neill Gin brand in 2005. Using nine of the highest quality botanicals, Johnny launched Whitley Neill Gin, its Original London Dry Gin and a range of flavours inspired by both his and his ancestors travels around the world, cementing him as one of the pioneers of the early gin boom.

Om produktet:

A taste for adventure and discovery runs through all eight generations of the Whitley Neill family tree. So it should come as no surprise that at the turn of the century, Frederick Neill found himself on a voyage through Asia, where he discovered the fragrant and citrus infused lemongrass.

A popular ingredient within local delicacies, the lemongrass was blended with warming ginger as well as a variety of exotic herbs and spices giving Whitley Neill Lemongrass & Ginger Gin its distinctive, fragrant, citrusy taste. A handcrafted gin of exceptional quality, with a flavour that’s as rich as its ancestry.

Botanicals

Juniper | Coriander Seed | Cassia Bark | Orris Root | Angelica Root | Liquorice | Sweet Orange | Lemon | Ginger | Lemongrass Extract |

Detaljert informasjon

Analyse

Emballasje Glassflaske
Antall per kasse 6
Størrelse 700 ml
Alkohol 43 %

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