While historically gin has been required to have a predominant taste of juniper, a cohort of products has emerged that champion other flavours. Some are full-strength spirits, while others are sweeter, lower-ABV liqueurs.
First crafted by Berry Bros. & Rudd for King Edward VII in 1903, delightfully robust in flavour with a lovely golden colour. It starts with a sweetness on the palate and then is gently interrupted by the warming tingle of the fresh ginger, uplifting to a subtle taste of citrus lemon. Perfect to be savoured on its own, or mixed to offer a twist on some favourites such as a Negroni or a Mule, or even as an addition to a warming Mulled Cider.