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Martin Millers Westbourne Strength Review

Martin Millers Westbourne Strength Welcome to Day 7 of #GinMonth as I review Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength.

A very lovely stronger version of the Martin Miller's gin (a review of which is coming soon) which has the same characteristic cucumber notes and citrus notes.

Go try one, pop on over to Master of Malt and pick one up now.

Many thanks to Martin Millers for the official, very generous, sample.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

(straight) Interesting nose with cucumber and grapefruit zest and peel, citrus lemon and lime, with gentle floral notes in here with some violets and lavender.

(with tonic) becomes much stronger with the cucumber and the grapefruit zest with lime juice creaping in also.

Palate

(straight) creamy with very strong cucumber and grapefruit zest and lemon peel.

(with tonic) very light cucumber and grapefruit, key lime pie lots of vanilla and citrus.

Finish

(straight) cucumber and citrus zest

(with tonic) sweet and citrussy

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Martin Millers Westbourne Strength
Age: NAS
ABV: 45.20
Distiller: Martin Millers
Bottler: Martin Millers
Type: Gin
From: England / Iceland, No Defined Scottish Region
Posted: 07/02/2014 by Tom



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