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Rogue Society Scapegrace Gin


Rogue Society Scapegrace Gin

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Category:Gin (Spirits)
Producer: Rogue
Volume: 70cl
Alcohol Vol.: 42.2%
Country: New Zealand
The Rogue Society Scapegrace Gin (£37.49) by Rogue: a gin with origins in New Zealand with 42.2% of alcohol. According to Drinks&Co users, the Rogue Society Scapegrace Gin deserves an evaluation of 4 of 5 points.

Description of Rogue Society Scapegrace Gin

Rogue Society Scapegrace Gin

TASTING NOTES OF Rogue Society Scapegrace Gin:

  • Color: opaque amber.
  • Olor: Dominate juniper, orange peel and spice giving a freshness and aromatic intensity.
  • Taste: The citrus and juniper intermingle getting a soft but crunchy mouthfeel.

PRODUCER: Rogue Society.

COUNTRY: New Zealand.

PRODUCTION DETAILS: Spacegrace is distilled at the foot of the Southern Alps of New Zealand covered with ice. The underground rock has filtered water for more than 60 years, which has allowed gin smooth and durable. It consists of 12 botanists: orange peel and lemon, coriander seeds, cardamom, nutmeg, juniper, cloves, licorice, cinnamon ... that give its characteristic flavor along with the crystal clear waters of the Alps.

ALCOHOL: 42.2%

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Reviews of Rogue Society Scapegrace Gin


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4 /5

- Big, fresh nose with pronounced aromatic intensity. A place where juniper, orange peel, and deep spice dominate. Vibrant in the mouth. Citrus and juniper enjoy prominence. Smooth but crisp on the palate. Long, and flavour filled finish.
- Scapegrace is distilled at the foot hills of the ice capped Southern Alps of New Zealand. Subterranean rock filters the water source for over 60 years. The result. An exceptionally smooth and enduring finish.
- Scapegrace is made from 12 botanicals; nature’s wild apostles. Water, torn from the earth 80 years after it was hurled down on New Zealand’s Southern Alps. And made using a 19th century whisky still which was stumbled upon in a long abandoned shed.
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