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Review

Belgravia Gin

Distillery

Hall & Bramley Ltd, Halewood International Group, Liverpool, England, UK.

Website

Halewood International.

History

Hall & Bramley Ltd was established in 1860, initially by CR Hall. He was joined by JT Bramley at the start of the 1900’s, to create Hall & Bramley Ltd, in Liverpool, UK. In 1997 they joined Halewood International, also based in Liverpool.

Production

Made from a molasses base spirit and a secret recipe.

Presented in a tall clear cylindrical bottle with a green label.

Category

London Dry Gin/ Tropical Gin.

Alcohol By Volume (ABV)

37.5% (75 Proof).

Price Range

$ - $$. Not available in the USA, only in Europe (with no shipping to the USA either). Try Vinus Vinis in the UK.

Botanicals

Botanicals are relatively unknown but do include: coriander, juniper berries and orange peel.

Name

Unknown.

Tasting Notes

On the nose is alcohol with hints of pine (juniper) and citrus. On the palate there is an alcohol burn but juniper, peppery spice and citrus (orange) are noticeable.

While not the smoothest of Gins, it has elements of a traditional Gin coming through, giving a crisp bite. This is not a sipping Gin however reacts reasonably well in long drinks e.g. Gin & Tonic, Tom Collins, Gin Fizz etc. This is certainly not recommended in a Martini, it is better as a budget Gin effectively utilized in a large fruit punch for a party.

Awards & Accolades

Unknown.



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