Friday February 28, 2020

To Try, Buy And Put By

27th August, 2017

In the Irish gin scene we can see how the personality and imagination of each producer affects their gin. Here Peter Mulryan has had tiny, cute, barrels made out of Juniper wood. The gin spends a month in that barrel and comes out amber with a creamy toasty juniper note forming a contiguous background to the clean, herbaceous botanical foreground. Gloriously wayward and delicious.

I finally got around to tasting this gin from Louth-based Listoke...

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