JJ Whitley Elderflower Gin 70cl

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Country England
Spirit Type Gin
Brand JJ Whitley
Size 70cl
ABV 38.6%
Serving Suggestion Perfect in a G & T or simply delightful neat over ice

JJ Whitley's Elderflower Gin contains a mixture of subtle flavours which can be found through rural England including real elderflower extract, as well as cinnamon and is ideally suited as a base for summer themed cocktails.

This elderflower gin has soft scents of juniper, coriander and cinnamon to create a sweet velvety sensation and a fresh, floral bouquet. On the palate, candied sweetness, dominated by the unmistakable punch of elderflower with flicks of grassiness, orange blossom and honey.

This gin is a delightful balance of bright gin notes and complex elderflower. Perfect in a G & T or simply delightful neat over ice.

Country Of Origin: England

JJ Whitley is a new range of spirits from drinks manufacturer Halewood International. The range is said to be inspired by the British countryside, and is named after John James Whitley, the first of the Whitley family to start distilling in 1762 – his Whitley Neill gin has been part of Halewood’s portfolio since 2009.

This new and exciting spirit group follows a tradition born of eight generations of distillers proud to use high-quality ingredients and flavours from around the world. These new spirits are distilled to 38.6% in homage to Prof. Mendeleev, father of chemistry, who recommended to the Tsar that alcohol and water molecules combine perfectly at 38.6% abv.

The premium bottle, the heritage and authenticity are all premium cues that make JJ Whitley a superior choice. Each product focuses on a seasonal crop and associated special ingredients. Distilled by Johnny Neill, a direct descendent of Thomas Greenall and the last in a long line of distillers, Whitley Neill brings together 8 generations of expertise and a life-long love of adventure.

Country Of Origin: England

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