Mare Mediterranean Gin70cl / 42.7%
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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.
- Mixed Herb
Mare Mediterranean Gin Reviews
12 Customer Reviews
Brilliant drop! Nordic tonic and rosemary
I had a had the perfect Gin & tonic in Saboc, Barcelona, by recommendation of our host of Gin Mare, Fevertree tonic with lime rind in the heartland of this beautiful gin, Catalonia
I had my first Mare G & T at an excellent Vietnamese restaurant in Salzburg (of all places). Nothing comes close to Gin Mare with plenty of ice, Fever Tree tonic, and a sprig of Rosemary. Still can''t get over how special it is aftyer a good amny of them over several months!
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!
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
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!!!
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.
Gin mare is spectacular. The best gin I tried so far, completely blew me away.
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).
The best gin on the market - tell me, what's better? Beats Tanqueray 10 IMHO!