Cotswolds Distillery have an excellent eye for details and quality. Their Distiller puts about 10 times more of the botanicals used to make most premium gins into their copper pot still. This creates the richest possible flavours and mouthfeel due to all the essential oils and botanical extracts.
These flavour-rich oils are the reason their gin goes from clear to cloudy when tonic or ice is added. The pearlescent glow, also known as a ‘louche’, happens because they don't filter-out these extra oils and flavours.
Nose: Fresh notes of grapefruit with earthy coriander backed-up by sweet, piney juniper. A hint of perfumed Cotswold lavender.
Palate: Clean, pine juniper spice with fresh citrussy grapefruit. A touch of dryness from the angelica root, with eucalyptus notes from bay leaf. Subtle lime and lavender.
Finish: Clean and balanced. Juniper, citrus and some cooling notes from bay leaf and cardamom.