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Constance, the copper pot still, is hard at work crafting Broker's Gin. This 200-year-old distillery that houses Constance lies near the city of Birmingham, in the United Kingdom. The company opts not to use the column stills that have become a fixture in many distilleries in favour of the purity of flavour that can be achieved in a traditional pot still.
Broker's Gin uses 10 dried botanicals to achieve their special, British gin. Juniper berries, coriander seed, orris root, nutmeg, cassia bark, cinnamon, liquorice, orange peel, lemon peel, and angelica root are left for 24 hours in the neutral spirit to infuse it with their flavour and aroma. The neutral wheat-based spirit is distilled four times before this flavour infusion, going through its fifth and final distillation after the 24 hours have passed. This 200-year-old recipe has been tweaked and experimented with over the years, but during taste tests, the original recipe always comes through as the clear winner.
The original recipe for Broker's Gin is 40% alcohol per volume while this export strength edition weighs in at a slightly higher 47%. If you want your Broker's gin to be slightly stronger, but with the same herbal, juniper-led taste, Broker's Gin export strength is just what you were looking for. The same flavour, the same recipe, the same quirky bowler hat on the lid, all that is different is the alcohol content.
Elaboration of Broker's Gin Export
Broker's Gin Export
- Color: Crystal with sharp edges.
- Smell: Herbs, spices and fruit, juniper and coriander highlighted.
- Taste: Great taste and freshness.
Export Broker's Gin is ideal for the WINEMAKING of a Tonic.
ALCOHOL: 40% Vol