Beefeater Burrough's reserve oak gin, 43% 0.70l
is a small batch Gin from one of the oldest distilleries in England.
for its manufacture are in addition to the obligatory Juniper
a variety of different coordinated Botanicals used.
Almonds, angelica root, Angelica seeds, coriander seeds, lemon peel,
Liquorice, orange peel and IRIS roots will be for 24 hours
macerated in brandy and then into the-still number 12,.
the small only 268 liter pot still, even by the company's founder
James Burrough acquired was distilled.
The Destllation is carried out very slowly.
The entire process takes seven hours,
what allows a particularly gentle heat
and so the delicate aromas saves.
After distillation, the next unique step in the manufacturing process is carried out:
Storage in wooden barrels, the earlier the French aperitif
Jean de Lillet had houses. This evolved
not only the subtle and slightly golden color,
but also an incomparable aroma and taste.
The bouquet shows first of all, in addition to the typical aroma of Juniper,
Hints of flowers and spices.
In the background, an elegant touch of vanilla, developed
that's barrel must have been under the influence.
On the palate showing the Beefeater Burrough's reserve
a harmonious character. Powerful notes of citrus fruits
play with your tongue and say goodbye to Juniper
in a unique final.