Gin "Whitley Neill" Watermelon & Kiwi, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase "Whitley Neill" Watermelon & Kiwi, 0.7 L
Jin is pure, transparent color.
The taste of gin is soft, very smooth, with rich tones of juniper and citrus fruits, nuances of exotic spices. The aftertaste is long, with subtle notes of herbs, cocoa and candied lemon peel.
The aroma of gin is both sweet and spicy, with characteristic citrus and floral hues.
Gin can be used in its pure form with ice, combined with tonic, as part of cocktails.
"Whitley Neill" is a dry handmade gin of exceptional quality, inspired by the vivid beauty and mystery of Africa and the never-ending pursuit of excellence. Distilled in small batches, this gin is the creation of Johnny Neal, the direct descendant of Thomas Greenall and the last in a long line of family distilleries. Gene combines the experience of 8 generations and a lifelong love of adventure. Inimitable, mysterious "Whitley Nill", marked by numerous awards, skillfully and in balance combines nine rare African plant components and spices, including - extract from the baobab, known as the Tree of Life, and the fruits of Physalis. Distillation of gin is made in a hundred-year copper distillation cube.
"Whitley Nill" has in its assets a large number of awards. Among the latter - gold medals at the "The World's Spirits Competition, 2009" in San Francisco, the International Spirits Challenge, 2013, the International Wine & Spirit Trophy 2011 and the Double Gold Medal at the World Spirits Competition, Francisco.
"Whitley Neill" is the offspring of Johnny Neal, the descendant of the Grinall-Whitley family, which has been producing gin since 1762. Fascinated by the genie and the complex rectification process of its manufacture, Johnny Neil began work under the able guidance of his grandmother. Then he learned how, simply combining the sharp taste of juniper berries with a variety of other herbal ingredients, you can drastically change the taste of the drink. Johnny Neal looked like an alchemist, dreaming of creating a genie with a more exotic and mysterious taste than all the famous samples. Ingredients for his gin he found in Africa, including - baobab. And to reflect the role played by the baobab tree in creating the genie Whitley Nill, Johnny placed his silhouette on the gin label and made the symbol of the brand.