Wheeler's Western Dry Gin

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alc./vol:
40%

Proof:
80°

Vintage:
Non-vintage

Aged:
Unaged

Closure: Synthetic stopper

Product of: Product of United States United States


In common with New Mexico’s highest mountain, this gin is named after explorer and cartographer George Wheeler. Based on maize, Wheeler’s Western Dry Gin is “Distilled with indigenous Southwest Botanicals” including hop flowers, osha root, magenta flowers.

Review and Tasting

Sampled on 15/05/2015

Appearance

Crystal clear.

Aroma

Pungent rosemary and sage with linseed oil putty, basil, subdued pine, camphor and menthol juniper. Faint notes of lavender.

Taste

Sage continues but with more pronounced pine and black pepper spice.

Aftertaste

Black pepper, pine and sage with lingering nutty and mushroomy angelica root.

Overall

Boldly flavoured. Herbal sage and angelica root feature heavily with comparatively subdued juniper.

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