Gin Thompson’s « London dry style » bordelais.

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Completely pale and colourless, transparent. Pure nose here, with discreet notes of alcohol. I get some grassy and herbal notes like lemon zest, like lime, clear hints of juniper; so very recognizable as a gin, but I would say it’s a slightly fresher style, I almost get some green like lemongrass or something fresh and aromatic in there. On the palate, I think the alcohol is well-balanced, it doesn’t burn. I get much more dry spices on the palate, like cumin and cardamom, some hints of licorice. Quite discreet and soft and supple on the finish. Rather persistent.

Tasted by the Best Sommelier of the World, Andreas Larsson.