City of London Distillery Gin Taster Gift Pack - Box of 5x 5cl Miniature Bottles

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A great present or an introduction to the City of London Distillery Gin range.

Each miniature bottle is a scaled-down version of their St Paul's dome inspired bottle. Gin Taster Selection Box presents City of London Distillery miniature (5 cL) of each of:

Authentic Dry Gin (40.3% vol)
City of London Distillery Authentic Dry Gin is a one-shot connoisseur's London Dry Gin, flavoured with a fine balance of juniper berries, angelica, liquorice and coriander seeds with fresh orange, lemon and pink grapefruit added also to give the gin its distinctive zesty notes.

Lime gin (40.3%)

This bright and zesty sun blessed fruit works beautifully to compliment Summer. This London Dry gin uses lots of the peel from this juicy fruit, in both the pot and basket during distillation, balanced out with some warm spices and then finished with zesty lime peel on the nose, it’s a dry and delicately citrus driven, one to pair with lots of ice and tonic.

Murcian Orange gin (40.3%)

Distilled in the heart of the Square Mile, this delightfully vibrant gin is inspired by the citrus fruits that would have descended down the river Thames from distant lands as the British Empire flourished, as the popular rhyme goes, “Oranges and lemons, say the bells of St Clements,” today you can still hear the bells at St. Clement Danes in City of Westminster, London, imitating the tune. 

Rhubarb & Rose gin (40.3%)

Rhubarb & Rose is inspired by the British love affair with the home grown flavours of Rhubarb and Rose.

As with all City of London Distillery flavoured gins, classic London gin botanicals are ever present, ensuring that both gins are citrus forward with a traditional base and are complex yet bright making for delicious G&T’s, as well as being exceptionally versatile in cocktails.

Six Bells Lemon Gin (40.3%)

Distilled in the heart of the Square Mile, this delightfully vibrant gin is inspired by the citrus fruits that would have descended down the river Thames from distant lands as the British Empire flourished.

And, as the popular rhyme goes, “Oranges and lemons, say the bells of St Clements,” today you can still hear the bells at St. Clement Danes in City of Westminster, London, imitating the tune.