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.
Launched alongside the Six Bells, this acts as a contrast in flavour profile. Where the Six Bells is bright, fresh and summery, this is more spiced, with a rich rounded profile highlighting delicious bitter-sweet orange with some more robust aromatics. Perfect in Negronis – or anything else where you want a gin with a little extra spice.
Bold and warming. Bitter orange and juniper. The menthol persists but is more subtle than on the nose. Finishing off rounded and silky smooth, the orange leaves a subtle impression of sweetness while the pine and spice notes give a pleasant kick. Big orange and juniper, menthol top notes and a cassia-led spice.