Chin chin! Sunderland distillery launches new flavour of gin

September 12, 2017
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A city distillery in raising a glass to its new concoction – a gooseberry and elderflower gin.

As part of it Rarities range, Poetic License Independent Small Batch Distillery, based within the bar of the same name in the Roker Hotel, is launching a limited batch of the tipple.

Duck Duck Goose cocktail

It will be available from September 18, with pre-orders being taken now, and there will only be a few hundred bottles of the rarity made – so once they’re gone, they’re gone.

The gin is 38% and has an amber appearance with the aroma of elderflower and soft juniper on the nose. On sipping, sweet notes from both the elderflower then the gooseberry come through with heat from cubeb peppers cutting through the sweetness. Tartness and sourness from the berries then…


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