Wild Botanical Seasonal Gin - Glendalough Irish Whiskey Ltd
Facts for the Glendalough Wild Winter Botanical Gin ...
- Ireland | County Wicklow
- Glendalough Distillery
- Arnold Holstein Copper Still
- Juniper - Coriander Seeds - Lemon Peel
- Angelica Root - Liquorice Root - Bitter Almond
- Orris Root - Ceylon Cinnamon - Ginger - All Spice - Orange - Fennel
- Douglas Fir - Scots Pine - Elderberries - Sloe Berries - Rowan Berries
- Wood Sage - Alexander's Seeds - Rosehips - Ground Ivy
Wild Winter Description ...
Glendalough Distillery, Ireland's first craft distillery, located in the valley of the two lakes, Glendalough County Wicklow and also home to the 6th Century monastic settlement founded by St Kevin. The Glendalough Winter Gin differs slightly with the other seasonal gins, whereby orange and fennel are added to the base botanicals, also the seasonal botanicals are those that grow within the season itself, handpicked from the mountains surrounding the Distillery.
Glendalough Distillery Tasting Note ...
Nose - "The nose is distinctive, bright and fresh with winter woods and orange peel."
Palate - "The taste is evocative, rich, and smooth with pine and fir giving way to earthy mid notes and warm spices. Winter sweetness, cinnamon, elderberry and fennel with just a hint of cloves."
Finish - "The finish stays with spices giving way to faint wild mint freshness. This gin is an ode to the raw beauty of the Wicklow mountains."
Glendalough Winter Gin and Tonic - 1 part Glendalough Winter Gin over ice / Squeezed Lemon / 1 slice of Orange / Mint Leaf / Topped up with a Premium Tonic.