Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength Gin The Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength Gin is named after it's originally home in Westbourne Grove, West London and carries a higher ABV than Martin Miller's Gin. 6
Distilled in England & Blended with Icelandic Water - Arctic Clarity

Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength Gin

Distilled in England & Blended with Icelandic Water - Arctic Clarity

Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength Gin Facts ...

Country/Region
- England | West Midlands
Sub-Region
- Warley
Distillery
- Langley's Distillery
- For The Reformed Spirits Company
Ingredients
- Pure Water from Iceland
Distillation
- John Dore Pot Still – Angela
Botanicals
- Juniper - Orange Peel - Coriander - Nutmeg - Liquorice - Cucumber
- Cassia - Orris Root - Angelica Root - Cinnamon
Alc - Btl
- 45.2% - 70cl

Westbourne Strength Gin Description ...

The Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength Gin is named after it's originally home in Westbourne Grove, West London and carries a higher ABV than Martin Miller's Gin. The Gin is distilled in Langley Distillery for The Reformed Spirit Company and is made more or less the same way, with pronounced Juniper, Cassia and Cinnamon.

Fairley's Wines Tasting Note ...

 
Nose - "The Westbourne is clear with upfront citrus, married with juniper and warm spice notes."
Palate - "The palate displays the full flavour of the botanicals used and a mix of burnt orange, light spice and underlying floral tones, finishing strong and silky smooth with persistent juniper and cinnamon. Perfect for cocktails."

Negroni Westbourne - 2 parts Martin Miller's Westbourne/1 part Cinzano Rosso/1 part Campari/ice/Garnish with Orange Peel.
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Distilled in England & Blended with Icelandic Water - Arctic Clarity
England | West Midlands | Warley
40% - 70cl
Martin Miller's Gin is a marriage between two different distillations from the same Pot Still 'Angela', the dried peels and citrus fruits are distilled separately, away from the more grounded, earthy Botanicals such as Juniper, Cassia and Coriander. The method preferred is old fashioned, where by the botanicals are steeped overnight in spirit and hot water. The resulting Gin is brighter with refreshing citrus aromas combined with Juniper, somewhat creamy and sweet.
 
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