Whitley Neill Small Batch Quince Gin 70cl

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Country England
Spirit Type Gin
Brand Whitley Neill
Size 70cl
ABV 43.0%
The first UK gin which uses real quince fruit juice alongside a range of other ingredients to create a particularly smooth, sweet gin.

Whitley Neill original Dry Gin is slightly softer than more traditional gins and very smooth with rich juniper and citrus, pot pourri and exotic spices. The addition of the Quince gives a distinct yet subtle citrus sweetness with a smooth long finish.

The finish is a long one with a subtle fade of herbs, cocoa and candied lemon peels, while the nose is both citrus sweet and peppery, with a distinctive floral aroma.

Country Of Origin: England

Whitley Neill is a handcrafted gin of exceptional quality inspired by the vivid beauty and mystery of Africa, and a never-ending drive for perfection. Its popularity, both in the UK and abroad, has stemmed from its unique flavour combinations and botanicals, including the use of the baobab fruit and Physalis from Africa.

Distilled in small batches by Johnny Neill, a direct descendant of Thomas Greenall and the last in a long line of distillers, it brings together 8 generations of expertise since 1762 and a life-long love of adventure. The result is an inimitable, award-winning gin that skilfully blends and balances rare African botanicals and unusual aromatics, to create an enigmatic experience to savour. Distilled in a copper still which is over a century old, this gin was awarded a Double Gold at the 2007 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, and Gold medals at the International Wine and Spirits Competition and the Chicago Beverage Testing Institute.

The Whitley Neill portfolio has now expanded with the addition of a quince-flavoured gin, described as the first product of its kind in the UK. The gin, made with real quince fruit, is inspired by the travels of the Neill family through Persia in the 1900s.

Country Of Origin: England

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