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Agnes Arber Gin

70cl

Agnes Arber Gin

£34.85
£34.85
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Category:Gin (Spirits)
Producer: Agnes Arber
Volume: 70cl
Alcohol Vol.: 41.6%
Country: England
No other than Agnes Arber produces the Agnes Arber Gin (£34.85), a gin with origins in England showing an alcohol content of 41.6%. The Drinks&Co community values the Agnes Arber Gin with 4 of 5 points.

Description of Agnes Arber Gin

Agnes Arber Gin

TASTING NOTES OF Agnes Arber Gin:

  • Transparent color.
  • Flavour: Hot spices baking tasty creak through juniper and earthy notes.
  • Taste: Emerge leafy herbaceous quality between a bright citric sweetness. Spices become drier and soft when juniper becomes a bit oily. A subtle sweet and sour note of pink grapefruit provides a pleasant end to the proceedings.

PRODUCER: Signature Brands.

COUNTRY: England.

PRODUCTION DETAILS: The ingredients used for this gin is juniper, angelica, cassia, Coriander, Grapefruit, Iris, Lemon, Licorice and Orange. These are left to soak for 24 hours. so they can concentrate all flavors. Following this takes boilers, to be able to extract the alcohol vapor, which will be transported to the condensing boiler where it will be stored. This is how the much desired gin is obtained.

ALCOHOL: 41.6%

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- The savoury, earthy notes of juniper, coriander, and angelica are complemented by the warm, spicy undertones of cassia; sweet, acidic flavours of lemon, lime, orange and grapefruit combine with an interesting twist of liquorice.
- On 24 may 1948, Agnes Arber became the first woman to receive the gold medal of the Linnean Society, a world-famous institution dedicated to the study of natural history. Born in 1879, Arber achieved excellent academic results throughout her youth, and soon became a historian of botany under the wing of her mentor, plant morphologist Ethel Sargent. By the time of her death in 1960, Arber had published an extensive library of books on both botany and philosophy. It is with an appreciation for Arber's work that we have produced this convergence of nine botanicals distilled together.
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