Gunroom London Dry Gin rely on a very old tradition, which dates back to the 19th century. At that time the gin, leaving for the Indies on shipboard, were stored in barrels. Apricot scents which reach the top to underline the perfect maturity of the distillate came from barrels that previously were filled with whisky for at least two months.
The first fragrance is marked by cloves, freshly cut grass and citrus (tangerine, lemon). The taste is clean and neat. Several peppers (white, rose, gray and black) soak the first mouth impression. Oily, it develops on ripe fruits (apricot).