The Plymouth gin recipe originates from 1793 and the brand has a protected Geographical Indication which means it will only and always be produced at Black Friars Distillery, Plymouth, England. Plymouth is a handcrafted gin, combining the best of old and new production processes. This gin is carefully produced using the oldest working English gin distillery in Plymouth. The rich and smooth taste is a result of a balanced blend of seven hand selected botanicals (coriander seed, orange peel, lemon peel, cardamom seed, orris root, juniper and angelica root) and the soft Devon water from the Dartmoor National park. Colour: Crystal clear.
|Country of Origin||United Kingdom|
|Alcohol by Volume||40%|
|Tasting Notes - Nose||Rich, fresh aroma of Juniper followed by notes of coriander and cardamom.|
|Tasting Notes - Palate||Extremely smooth, creamy and full bodied with a slight sweetness.|
|Tasting Notes - Finish||Elegant, long, fresh and aromatic.|