Closure: Synthetic stopper
This gin derived its name from New Zealand’s South Island and its alcoholic strength from the latitude where it is produced - 42º South, just north of Wellington, New Zealand. (It was made by the fold behind 42 Below vodka.) Read more
Sampled before 1st May 2011
Steely, minerally, almost neutral nose.
Equally feeble palate in which cream of soda, vanilla and berry notes are most evident. There are very subtle rooty, spicy notes but this is supposed to be a gin – where’s the juniper?