February! Here are the Gin Tasters for this romantic month!!

1.) Old BAKERY Gin (40%)

A small batch craft gin made to an elicit 1758 recipe. Old Bakery Gin earned its unusual name after founder Ian Puddick discovered his office was once a bakery-famous for selling homemade (and at the time illegal) gin. It is a light and very refreshing gin-only available in Gerry's of Soho, Fortnum and Mason and GINHAUS!

2.) PICKERING'S Original 1947 (42%)

This edition is made precisely to the original recipe, as it was written down in Mount Mary, Bombay, in 1947. The botanical mix includes cinnamon, which adds a warming and spicy kick to the spirit. Good with ginger ale for a more warming drink.

3.) PORTOBELLO Road No. 171 (42%)

An old-style London dry gin, containing traditional botanicals and spices, that harks back to the gins of yesteryear. Portobello is a handmade, small batch product with a fresh citrus character (from the use of lemon, bitter orange and coriander) and a sweet peppery finish (due to the inclusion of liquorice and nutmeg

HURRY! You've got a date with gin!!xx

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