Cork Dry Gin (red label)

alc./vol:
37.5%

Proof:
75°

Vintage:
Non-vintage

Aged:
Unaged

Closure: Screw / Stelvin cap

Product of: Product of Ireland (Eire) Ireland (Eire)

Cork Dry Gin was first distilled in 1793 at the Watercourse Distillery, with the recipe transcribed in 1798 by apprentice distiller, William Coldwell. This now compounded gin is still made in Cork and popular in Ireland. Read more

Review and Tasting

Sampled on 30/03/2013

Appearance

Clear, transparent.

Aroma

Tropical fruit and toasted bread – reminiscent of a bag of boiled sweets with little in the way of juniper.

Taste

The peppery palate also has a touch of the tropics, accompanied by subdued juniper and barky botanical notes.

Aftertaste

Juniper is more evident in the jagged finish.

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