Whitley Neill Blood Orange Gin 70 cl

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Whitley Neill Blood Orange Gin 70 cl

Whitley Neill Blood Orange Gin 70 cl

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The prices of these bottles are a bit high compared to other spirits, but with Fallen Angel, you not only get a very nice drink, but you can also use the bottle in which it comes as a decoration if you like. Whitley Neill Blood Orange Gin hits it out of the park. The audience is the flavored-vodka crowd, for sure. But hardcore gin drinkers will appreciate how they pull it off without forgetting the juniper. The blood orange version of their gin is infused with (aside from the obvious blood orange) safflower blossoms, rosehip, cinnamon, and nutmeg. This makes for a zesty and crisp spirit.

The Blood Orange & Ginger gin is made up of the base of their original gin, which consists of a unique blend of 11 botanicals. Among these 11 botanicals are bitter orange, lime, and grapefruit to name a few, making it a clean, crisp, and zesty spirit. Whitley Neill Blood Orange Gin features two types of orange. First is sweet orange. The second is the signature botanical— the Sicilian Blood Orange.Botanicals include Juniper, Coriander Seed, Cassia Bark, Orris Root, Angelica Root, Liquorice, Sweet Orange, Lemon and Sicilian Orange. U.K.s No1 Premium Gin. Flavour of Sicilian blood orange. Smooth crisp taste of Mediterranean sun. Whitley Neill. It depends on personal preferences which of these gins you should buy. If you’re going for aesthetics, then something like the Malfy Gin Con Arancia is great because of its vibrant colors, but also the Fallen Angel Blood Orange Gin is a good option due to its flashy and kind of creepy bottle. Redcastle’s gins have become increasingly popular over the last few years. Especially in Scotland, the brand’s popularity has been rising quite steadily. Aside from just gin, Redcastle also specializes in spiced rum and prosecco.

What sets this blood orange gin apart from the other blood orange gin is definitely the addition of rhubarb. This gin still has a really rich sweetness to it with some great citrusy notes. They started out experimenting with a ton of fresh herbs and ingredients found locally and in their own kitchen. Through experimenting, they figured out the 13 perfect botanicals for their gin. The spirits that St. Ives produces range from a classic gin, to super berry gin, to limoncello. A few botanicals used in this gin are coriander, anise, fennel, and caraway seeds. The spirit opens up with vibrant citrus top notes that lead the way for a mild peppery note from the caraway seeds. But of course, they can also be drunk neat if you like your gin like that. Perhaps more people will enjoy a neat blood orange gin over a normal gin, seen as it is a lot less bitter.

Best enjoyed by filling a highball glass with cubed ice, add 50ml Whitley Neill Blood Orange Gin, then top with 100ml Mediterrean Tonic Water. Stir well and garnish with a 2 thin slices of orange. For an extra fruity twist try an Orange Paloma. Add to a highball glass filled with ice 50ml Whitley Neill Blood Orange Gin and a squeeze of fresh lime then top with grapefruit juice. Garnish with a sprig of thyme and an orange wheel. Together with the other botanicals, they create a gin that gives sweet and zesty notes of blood orange. There’s also a slight hint of fennel in the spirit. Jared Brown recommends serving this gin with a Fever-Tree Mediterranean tonic and an orange wheel as a garnish. 5. Redcastle Blood Orange and Rhubarb Gin Liqueur The J.J. Whitley Blood Orange Gin might not be just as flashy as the bottle from Fallen Angel, but this bottle is also really nice looking. The bottle has some fancy floral embossing on it. This combined with the vivid orange color from the gin looks amazing.



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