No.209 / San Francisco Gin

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No.209 / San Francisco Gin
100cl / 46%
A quality new potstill American gin made in very small batches and distilled five times for extra purity, using natural botanicals that are macerated overnight in the still. "...I rarely drink hard liquor, but I must say this was the smoothest gin I have ever had." - Robert Parker
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Tasting Notes:
Tasting notes by SummerFruitCup.com
Nose: Juicy juniper, coriander, some sweetness and cardamom.
Taste: Initial flavours of coriander and spicy cardamom, moving to orange. Smooth to start, with a gradually-building strength and warmth, but no burn. Very tasty, with a lot of flavour. Rather classic in style, but with a self-confessed contemporary twist.
Customer Reviews:(5 reviews)
Great gin neat with ice and lemon in short heavy tumbler. Exclusive to The Bar I The Dorchester. Costs me an arm and leg for 3 large ones but damn well worth it.
- anonymous, 8th Nov '12
This gin is absolutely amazing. Bergamot notes complimented by spicy aromatics make this gin very flavorful yet smooth spirit. I highly recommend this gin over ice (with a twist of orange), in a cocktail, or with tonic.
- anonymous, 4th Mar '11
I wasn't too keen with 209 on it's own, however, it is transformed completely poured over ice, a good squeeze of lime and 2 parts of tonic - exquisite. A lovely refreshing drink and the lime brings out the gorgeous cardamom finish.
- anonymous, 25th Jan '11
A friend introduced me to Gin No. 209. Simply the Best! Crafted in small batches with a focus on quality inputs and process Gin 209 excellent both in mixed drinks and as a stand alone. Highly Recommended.
- anonymous, 22nd Jan '11
This Gin is surely the best Tasting Gin in the World! It's not quite as dry as Traditional London Dry Gins. It's slightly sweeter with and orange and herby finish. Exceptionally smooth and amazing with Tonic!
- anonymous, 29th Feb '08
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