Garden Tiger Dry Gin,botanical gin,Cotswolds gin
Contributor:Tony Smith / Alamy Stock Photo
File size:34.9 MB (0.9 MB Compressed download)
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Dimensions:3024 x 4032 px | 25.6 x 34.1 cm | 10.1 x 13.4 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:12 May 2018
Barney the owner started by making Eau De Vie when he came out of his career as a nature photographer, he delicately picks the fruit for each flavour, washing, peeling and preparing each by hand. After a number of seasons making the different Eau De Vies he then ventured into gin. Barney would soak hundreds of botanicals in a neutral spirit to discover which gave the best flavours, then with each botanical would go through the different species to see which would go the best with the other botanicals. The final product is created like this: "Hard spices, berries and herbs are soaked in our neutral British wheat spirit for 40 hours. We then suspend fresh blood orange zest and a rich mix of flowers and fragrant leaves above the liquid, their aroma gently extracted by the rising steam. 34 ingredients in all come together in a slow 7-hour, carefully guided distillation. It creates a sum much greater than its parts." The dry flavour is matched with a lovely spearmint flavour which stays with you long after you drink it.