Hope Distillery Navy Strength Gin 700ml

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The big brother to the Pokolbin Dry Gin, Hope Distillery Navy Strength Gin is higher in alcohol at 57.5% ABV and packed full of juniper and intense botanicals. This style of gin originated in the 18th Century when the British Navy provided their crew with gin. The proof needed to be over 109 so any leaking gin wouldn't impact the gunpowder lighting. This higher alcohol gin will hold more essential oils from the botanicals then the 'little brother' Pokolbin Dry Gin. The perfect gin for your cocktail.

Tasting Note: Infused with premium botanicals of angelica root, coriander, fennel, bay leaf, cardamom, pepper with the addition of fresh lime and lemon.

Additional Details

SKU:
12822-NGB-UNIT
Varietal:
Gin
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
57.5
Region:
Hunter Valley
Style:
Navy Strength

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