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Monkey 47 - Dry Gin

From the Black Forest of Germany
Monkey 47 - Dry Gin

50cl Bottle £45.40
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Country of Origin

Germany

Key Information

Hits of fresh citrus and ripe juniper on the nose followed by a vegetal and slightly wooded finish that's extremely complex and robust.

A big kick of rewarding flavour greets the palate with a clean mouth feel.

Foresty and aromatic flavours continue across the entire palate until you are left with an exotically perfumed and flowery finish.

The old apothecary style bottle and hand-drawn label have garnered recognition worldwide and brought Monkey 47 Gin nine design awards.

In 2011, the premium gin was also awarded the World Spirits Award of Gold in the Gin category and Gold for best in class for the Gin Worldwide at the International Wine and Spirits Competition London.

1 Comment

Darren Jefford 2012-09-28 21:01:51

A truly amazing Gin, we are firm Hendricks fans but this provides something different and more complex. Serve with Fever Tree tonic to ensure you don\'t mask the botanicals and no need for garnish in my view. A must try if your into your gins, its now a household favourite but Hendricks still has its place!!