Due to its organoleptic properties and unique manufacturing process, Barber’s gin is a gin which continues to epitomise the traditional English standards of the period. It is produced in London employing artisanal techniques and is distilled in traditional stills.
Fresh and smooth on the nose and dry on the palate, accomplished by the prominent presence of juniper, which together with other few botanicals enhance its objective. These are juniper from Croatia, coriander from Morocco, thyme from Spain and angelica root from France. Nothing else. Like the gins of that era, Barber’s gin does not contain citric botanicals, which in turns allows purists to serve it as recommended by us: simply Gin & Tonic, nothing more. However, if a touch of citrus flavour is desired, fresh lemon or orange peel can always be added to the Gin & Tonic.
Appearance: A clear clean straightforward example of a London Dry Gin
Nose: A full flavoured gin with string overtones of juniper and coriander and a hint of citrus on the finish
Palate: Smooth, complex with predominance of juniper
Gastronomy: Dry Martini or with tonic