Mare is a Mediterranean gin flavoured with four principal botanicals: basil, thyme, rosemary and, most unusual of all, the Arbequina olive. Alongside juniper, cardamom and citrus, these different botanicals create a strangely arresting gin: you'll know when you've had a Mare.
I'm drinking my first gin mare and tonic at Bar Paradox in Dresden, Germany, and this is my new favorite, it's amazing. Sorry that I can't be more specific, just try one!
- Alejandro , 9th August
A must for any gin collection you won't find a more distinctive gin wonderfully herbaceous on the nose with briney olives on the palate. I serve with a Mediterranean tonic and a small rosemary sprig(other wise it takes over) a basil leaf and a couple of green olives, it sounds strange, it smells strange but it just works! 90/100
- Stevo, 7th April
Just had this wonderful drink sat in the sun in Mijas, Spain. Like Bill I had mine with Fevertree tonic, lots of ice and a sprig of Rosemary and it was the just bliss. Can't wait to get my bottle and introduce it to friends when we get home!!!
- Rose, July 2013, 9th Jul '13
I first tried this in Cairns, Australia at my favourite bar the Salt House. Fell in love with the amazing flavours and aroma. No gin I have ever tried beats this one.
- Kevin, 8th Nov '12
Gin mare is spectacular. The best gin I tried so far, completely blew me away.
- anonymous, 10th Oct '12
I had this at a recent Gin & Tonic tasting event and loved it. I mixed it with "1724" tonic, finished off with a sprig of rosemary and it was sublime! It's a very different gin, but certainly one I would recommend trying (and serve it with the rosemary).
- Lexi, 25th Jul '12
The best gin on the market - tell me, what's better?
Beats Tanqueray 10 IMHO!
- Matt, 19th Jun '12
I had one (correction - two!) of these long with Fevertree tonic water poured over plenty of ice and a sprig of rosemary. It was heaven. Best gin I've ever had.
- Bill, 14th Feb '12
A superb gin, very smooth, goes extremely well in a healthy martini or a nice 50/50 mix of G T garnished and stirred well with Rosemary...
- anonymous, 23rd Nov '10
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