A terrific gem of a gin from the Cambridge Distillery, made with Macedonian juniper and a selection of botanical capturing the essence of all four seasons. Cambridge Dry Gin features blackcurrant leaf, lemon verbena, angelica seed, rose petals, violet petals and basil and rosemary from the distillery gardens.
Japanese Gin! Well, sort of. It’s made in Cambridge, so it’s technically English. However, it’s a Japanese Gin at heart as it’s made using traditional Japanese ingredients, including Shiso (a type of herb used for seasoning and as a plate for wasabi), Sansho (a spice with earthy qualities) and Yuzu (which has a similar flavor profile to lemon zest). It also features cucumber and sesame seeds, both frequently used in Japanese cooking, as well as the vital juniper berry. The result is a unique, elegant gin with some rather exciting heated notes appearing mid-palate.
Martin Miller’s Gin is distilled in England in a pot still using two separate distillations which imparts a unique balance of citrus and juniper. It is blended to a bottling strength of 40% ABV with Icelandic Spring water, it is this water which gives Martin Miller’s Gin its gentle bouquet and trademark softness.
Martin Miller’s Gin has a classic palette of gin botanicals; juniper, cassia, orris root, angelica, liquorice root and coriander along with the required dried citrus peels, lemon, bitter orange and lime.