Belgravia Distilled London Dry Gin, 70 cl
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Gin is a fascinating liquor to explore. Its botanicals give it a characteristic that no other liquor has; one brand can have a completely different profile from another and it is surprisingly versatile when it comes to flavor profiles. Gin is also the foundation for some of the best drinks ever made, including the iconic martini.
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Belgravia London Dry Gin is distilled with eight of the finest aromatic botanicals with hints of peppery spice, citrus and juniper. It is a smooth London Dry gin which is full of delicious flavours and aromas. How do you use gin at your home bar? If you like gin and tonic, or you're a gin highball drinker, you may have preferences and want the flavor of the gin—whether it's heavy on the juniper or presents citrus notes, too—to be pronounced enough to come through. Gins that are flavored are sweeter and can be used in creative ways that will differentiate them from, say, a standard London dry gin.
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Belgravia London Gin Platinum Label is more than just a spirit; it’s an ode to the spirit of the people and invites everyone to celebrate life’s milestones, both big and small. It’s a tribute to the diversity and unity that define South Africa and embodies the essence of inclusivity and serves as a companion for those who cherish the finer moments in life. Gin lovers will delight in the complexity of flavour the 10 botanicals produce in the new Platinum Label. From the earthy and herbal notes of coriander and angelica root to the warm and spicy flavours of cassia bark, bay leaves and cardamom pods, one will also experience citrus notes of lemon peel and orange zest that beautifully complement the quintessential gin ingredient of juniper berries. For a little sweetness there is liquorice root and orris root that offer a floral and violet-like aroma.
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Belgravia Gin, a name synonymous with excellence and innovation in the world of spirits, proudly presents its latest masterpiece – Platinum Label. This premium London Dry Gin stands as a testament to quality and craftsmanship, skilfully blending ten aromatic botanicals to create a symphony of complex flavours.
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The cost of gin can become expensive due to a few factors. First, if the ingredients used in the distillation process are unusual or imported, that can drive up the price. Also, makers of inexpensive gins tend to blend the ingredients and botanicals—it's much less labor-intensive—whereas premium gin distillers will often distill things multiple times and, in some cases, every time a new ingredient is added. This added labor has a cost. Gin & Dry Lemon flavour is appealing in appearance, aroma and taste with a cloudy and very fizzy liquid - much smaller bubbles than the other variants. It is sweet with lemon notes and not drying on the tongue. Gin & Blue Tonic is also appealing in appearance, aroma and taste but was less sweet. It has a much lighter liquid and a slightly stronger alcohol taste coupled with berry notes. Gin & Pink Tonic is sweet with a weak alcohol taste and is drying on the tongue. It is appealing in appearance, aroma and taste, however the cucumber notes did overpower the watermelon, resulting in slight misalignment between product delivery and appearance. If people watching was a sport, this this would be the place to refine your technique. Here, in the covered and extended outside terrace, you can watch the world go by on the prettiest street in London. The Thomas Cubitt is Belgravia’s famous public house with a menu that focuses on the very best of regional British produce. You’ll also find an amazing list of selected boutique producers, which provide over 30 wines by the glass and over 70 bottles, and their revolutionary Coravin system (any wine connoisseur knows that it’s a clever system that allows you to pour a glass from the bottle without removing the cork), means that you can try a selection from their finest and most premium range. The Sunday roasts are legendary and show off British produce at its best – so, what are you waiting for? 44 Elizabeth Street, Belgravia, London, SW1W 9PA. www.thethomascubitt.co.uk