An Dulaman Seaweed Irish Maritime Gin The Sliabh Liag Distillery in Donegal have added the new An Dulaman Irish Maritime Seaweed Gin to their ever-increasing selection of micro distilled products. 4
50cl Bottle image, An Dulaman wax sealed Seaweed Maritime Gin

An Dulaman Seaweed Irish Maritime Gin

Sliabh Liag Peninsula | Donegal

Review for the An Dulaman Gin ...

- Ireland | Donegal
- Sliabh Liag Peninsula
- Sliabh Liag Distillery
- James and Moira Doherty
- Méabh | Small Pot Still - 100% Grain Spirit
- Juniper Berries - Orange - Lemon Peel - Coriander Seed - Angelica Root
- Cassia - Carrageen Moss - Sweet Kombu - Dulse/Dillisk - Pepper Dulse
- Channel Wrack
Alc - Btl
- 43.2% - 50cl

Description of the Seaweed Irish Gin ...

The Maritime Gin is an infusion of core botanicals with 5 different types of seaweed, all locally sourced. Some of the botanicals are dried and others blast chilled, with the more delicate placed in Méabh’s vapour tray. Some of the ingredients are so unusual, harvesting can only take place when there is a full moon, with the foraging at times extremely hazardous, as the tide means everything.

Fairley's Wines Tasting Note ...

Nose - "Fresh Juniper with spice and citrus."
Palate - "Rich and dry with upfront fresh Juniper and hints of Turkish delight and underlying peppered citrus."
Finish - "Lively to the end, with something different every time. An Excellent gin, with none other to compare with! Not that I have tried, anyway."

Perfect Serve - 1 part Seaweed Gin / Glass filled with ice / Squeezed Lime with a slice of Orange / Pepper / Topped up with a premium neutral Tonic.
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Sliabh Liag Distillery
Ireland | Donegal | The Bull Field
40% - 70cl
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