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Whitley Neill - Quince Gin

Fruity Finish

Country of Origin


Key Information

A taste for adventure and discovery runs through all eight generations of the Whitley Neill family tree. So it should come as no surprise that at the turn of the century, Frederick Neill found himself on a voyage through Persia, where he discovered a range of exotic fruit, herbs and spices to add inspiration to the Greenall Whitley family’s collection of Gin recipes.

While there, he was surprised to discover quince fruits growing in the ancient mountains. And it’s the unmistakable sweet tang of Turkish quince, blended with a heady mix of Persian herbs and spices that gives Whitley Neill Quince Gin its distinctive, alluring taste. A handcrafted gin of exceptional quality, with a flavour that’s as rich as its ancestry.

The aroma of fresh stone fruits appears immediately, gently followed by hints of juniper and citrus zest. The distinctive flavour of quince dominates the palate, giving way to the sweetness of apricots and peaches, with a long, fruity finish that opens out into orange blossoms and zesty grapefruits.

1 Comment

Mitchl 2017-09-24 15:19:27

I bought it truly because of the Quince ingredient and hoped for a pleasant surprise. It is better than that, it is extreamly ravishing to drink, neat, just on its own the way I like to drink Gin. It tastes imediately strong, almost sweet, then somehow changes character, almost explodes with notes of peaches and something almost peppery long lasting, a divine soft finish. I found it hard to close the bottle, temptation was to refil the glass several times. I'm sure many a lady would like this Gin, it is diffrent from the traditional Gins , no hint of Juniper at all, I will try it with some champagner... if there is any left next time A must for Gin lovers who search for diffrent styles and notes.