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Review

Sysland Trophy Gin

Distillery

Salas y Sirvent (SYS) S.L., Elche, Alicante, Valencia, Spain (but made by an undisclosed distillery in England, UK).

Website

Salas y Sirvent (SYS).

History

Founded in 1945, SYS is primarily a wholesaler and manufacturer specializing in distinctive beverages, particularly liqueurs using local produce including lavender and liquor made from anise or dates.

Production

Triple distilled from a grain base but further production details are undisclosed.

The Gin is presented in a tall clear rectangular bottle with a blue label at the top and bottle with silver grey accents plus an “olde worlde” map on the back of the bottle. There is also an image of a sailing vessel (a “ship of the line”) titled “The Conqueror of London”.

Category

London Dry Gin.

Alcohol By Volume (ABV)

37.5% (75 Proof).

Price Range

$ - $$. Not available in the USA being exclusively made for Spain. Try online at La Fuente or Vinarium (both in Spain) although we are unclear with regard to the shipping costs. 

Botanicals

Unknown.

Name

Named after the abbreviated company name of SYS.

Tasting Notes

On the nose is light juniper with hints of green herbal freshness. On the palate is dry juniper and sharp citrus with green herbal notes. On the close the dry juniper continues with a soothing finish.

Unfortunately we have only had limited exposure to this Gin however it has a low character profile whilst having a traditional London Dry feel. It’s low cost makes it a good budget choice for party punches.

Awards & Accolades

Unknown.



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