Plymouth Gin Tasting Notes

Posted: April 21, 2014 in English Gin, Gin

Plymouth Gin, Original Strength 41.2%

Tasted: Mar 2005

A clean, deeper nose than the tesco London Dry. Oilier with a more intense botanical aroma. Dry, quite full with a distinct oily character. Deeper and more complex with intense although soft alcohol. Lovely length with a soft spice note in the finish.

Plymouth Navy Strength Gin 57%

Tasted: May 2013

A pungent, full and oily, slightly cereal laced nose. Slightly earthy juniper with light creaminess.

Full and oily on the palate, again lightly cereally in character with subtle juniper and earthy spices. Lovely intensity with building citrus and spice notes. It certainly packs an alcoholic punch but the oiliness of the spirit keeps it under control, just!

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