Review by the GinQueen:
Spruce, Juniper Berries, Ginger, Fresh Cucumber, Orris Root, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Tangerine, Grains of Paradise, Angelica Root , Coriander and ‘Free Range’ Coastal Water. Yup, you read that right. Sea water.
Intrigued? You should be. On the nose, the juniper and spruce do their job reminding you that this is indeed, gin, but with the faintest whiff of oak. The spruce lifts the juniper (also a conifer) while the salt from the sea water gives a savoury note. I picked up some oaky flavours and a little tannin, that while adding a depth of flavour didn’t detract too much from the ginny-ness. I found it smooth, with a lingering after-taste.