Beefeater Burrough's Reserve
|Article:||Beefeater Burrough's Reserve|
|Classification:||London Dry Gin|
|Producer:||James Burrough Ltd.|
|Characteristics:||The Gin is produced following the original Beefeater recipe, before being rested in rare Jean de Lillet oak barrels.|
|Flavour:||Floral, tasty, vanilla and gentle juniper note.|
|Taste:||Mellow, complex spice notes. Citrus notes then subtle characteristic juniper.|
|Finish:||Gentle spice notes.|
|Special:||Each bottle with bottle and batch number.|
|Awards:||2013 Gold Medal - IWSC International Wine and Spirit Competition; 2013 Master - The Gin Masters|
Beefeater is an old London gin tradition brand. The London pharmacist James Burrough developed a method in 1820 which produced a marvellous gin.
This quality gin was produced from the purest grain distillate and 9 botanicals: Seville Orange peel, Lemon peel, Juniper, Coriander seed, Liquorice, Angelica root, Angelica seed, Almond and Orris root.
|Country of origin:||UK|
|Company:||Beefeater Distillery / James Burrough Ltd.|
|Address:||20 Monford Place Kennington - London SE11 5DE United Kingdom|