Bayswater Gin (Gin)
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Description · Bayswater Gin
- Color: Very clear.
- Smell: Predominantly balance of juniper and spices and citrus smell.
- Taste: The palate is very soft, and the notes include citrus flavors coated with coriander and juniper.
INGREDIENTS: Juniper, orange peel and lemon, coriander, licorice, cinnamon, cassia, nutmeg, angelica and orris root.
WINEMAKING: Obtained by fivefold distillation.
ALCOHOL: 43% Vol
The name gin comes from the Bayswater district of London known, which is represented on the inside of the label with an engraving of the period, showing the construction of the subway station.
Highlighted review about Bayswater Gin
Posted on 02/02/19 at 03.43
Country: United Kingdom
Contents: 0, 70 l
Bayswater is an exceptional London Dry Gin, processed
using 100% grain spirit, following our
Original homemade recipe with the perfect combination and
unchanging plant: juniper berries, coriander seed,
angelica root, orris powder, lemon peel, peel
orange, licorice, cassia and nutmeg. Bayswater is
distilled five times and independently in our Pott
handmade and produced in small batches. The nose has aromas of
predominant Juniper, well balanced with spices and the acid
Citric. The cleaning spirit of crisp neutral grain supplies
an excellent vehicle to carry and deliver all
flavors. Bayswater is a Gin ideal for beating the world
Gin & Tonic, at the same time be an excellent constituent in
More reviews about Bayswater Gin
Posted on 11/04/14 at 11.08
Posted on 19/06/11 at 01.47
Bayswater gin, Ginebra con nombre de estación de metro londinense
Juniper, lemon, grapefruit and lime, spiced with nutmeg and cinnamon of type, is what I find in the nose. The mouth is soft, despite the alcohol content, which reminds me of the coriander and juniper.
To my tonic with this Geneva: the glass ball serve with ice to stop (to fill the glass), with the help of the shaker spoon stir the ice crystals to cool the glass and remove the water that has been released.
Lime peel, having previously made a small twist, and a cinnamon stick placed longitudinally. Time to take Bayswater gin (short story 1001, 1002 and 1003). And finally, aided by a spiral spoon, add the tonic, which this time choose the Fever Tree tonic. With a carbon to enhance citrus, perfect to join this gin.
Posted on 18/05/11 at 18.56