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In the nose, it’s lush and perfumy, with the fruit hiding behind that big, brash dose of Turkish rose. Take a sip and you’ll find some of that fruit, including a nice hint of citrus mingling with the sweet peaches. It finishes clean and dry, but the flower petals linger on the tongue for close to 10 minutes. It’s certainly an aromatic, flavorful gin, but Nolet’s was perhaps a bit too heavy handed with the roses. That said, the unique botanicals do give the drinker plenty of opportunities for crafting cocktails.
Perfect Serve: Fever Tree Indian Tonic, of Thomas Henry en een framboos