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Adnams Copper House Gin. Review

Adnams Copper House Gin Welcome to Day 9 of #GinMonth as I review Adnams Copper House Gin.

This cracking gin is distilled in a beer stripping column, before being put through a handmade copper pot still. It is then purified in a rectifier. The result is very creamy and rich. This gin is infused with six botanicals, including juniper, sweet orange and hibiscus flowers.

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

Many thanks to Adnams for the official, very generous, sample.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

(straight) quite a heavy nose on this, creamy and buttery with junoper and floral notes including lavander and carnations coming through in the background

(with tonic) still a hint of creamy buttery but much stronger with citrus and lime juice

Palate

(straight) creamy and sweet with juniper and hints of fresh salad vegetables

(with tonic) very creamy with citrus and hints of pepper

Finish

(straight) spicy and peppery

(with tonic) peppery and citrus

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Adnams Copper House Gin.
Age: NAS
ABV: 40.00
Distiller: Adnams
Bottler: Adnams
Type: Gin
From: England, No Defined Scottish Region
Posted: 09/02/2014 by Tom



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