Whitley Neill – Rhubarb & Ginger Gin 70 CL 43%

English Handcrafted Flavoured Gin

Tastes
The essence of rhubarb adds a sour crazy edge to a smooth English gin base, while the ginger extract warms the palate for a rich finish.

Although most of Johnny Neill’s inspiration for his award winning gins comes from his ancestors’ obscene utilizations abroad, this rhubarb & ginger gin so far from good memories, which is a little closer to home. After the war, the Whitley family who settled in rural England near Daresbury, their garden cultivated with exciting flavors who served as inspiration for both the table and actually also their experimentation with new gins.

Johnny’s latest Gin induces childhood memories from visiting his grandparents on their farm by taking a fixed Whitley family offer in Rabarbra and placed a warm VRI on this with adding fresh ginger.

RHUBARB & ELDERFLOWER SPRITZ

50 ml Whitley Neill Rhubarb & Ginger Gin
20 ml of shelf flower cordial
20 ml of lemon juice
60 ml of soda

Add all ingredients into the glass. Pipe around and decorate with double mint blade

Whitley Neill Gin is made of a 100% grainspirit that is completed with botany before it is distilled in a beautiful antique copper pot, still called ‘Constance’, which is over 100 years old.

Only the purest water is used and each of the nine botanist is carefully selected to ensure that they are of the highest quality. Whitley Neills Tagline “Crafted from the Life of Life” goes a long way in describing what these botany can be.

By gathering a mix of innovative botanists such as gooseberry and baobab fruit to its range, it also has other more traditional botanical items such as juniper, coriander, lemon and orange peel, Angelica root, Cassia Bark and Orris Rod.

The Creator Johnny Neill says it reflects his fresh views from the 21st century, while also refers to the Ginna’s heritage and the London-based gin distillation experience that is in use at the distillery.

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DKK249,00

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