|Article:||Hayman Royal Dock Gin Navy Strength|
|Producer:||Hayman Distillers Ltd.|
|Flavour:||It characteristically, richly and strongly expresses itself in the nose by the typical gin juniper smell. Despite its alcoholic strength it already keeps its lively citrus flavours and the floral samples in the nose, what is rather atypical for such a firm gin.|
|Taste:||Intensively and at this soft with a beautiful balance between juniper, coriander and peels from orange and lemon. Traces of confectionery and tinglingly fiery notes combined with a trace toffee create a slightly sweet warmth.|
|Finish:||Ongoing juniper and citrus notes mix with the other botanicals. Warm, discreetly floral with a breath honey.|
This pure and firm gin was delivered both to the British admirals and the trade by the family Hayman and its ancestors since the year 1863. The enterprise based in London took the gin to the Royal Victoria yard at the Royal dock, the biggest one of the three Admiralty Victualling yards.
The Royal dock situated in Deptford on the Thames near London, was set up in 1513 by Heinrich VIII. In the course of the following four centuries the Royal dock became a legendary place and the starting point of some of the most important businesses of the British navy history. This gin conquered the whole world from here.
|Country of origin:||United Kingdom|
|Name of the company:||Hayman Distillers|