Country of Origin: England.
Stregth: 40% ABV (80 proof)
Notes: 100 year old copper still.
Description: Brockmans is an independent English gin company set up by the founding partners, Neil Everitt and Bob Fowkes together with 2 other friends. With over 60 years combined experience in the drinks industry and a wealth of knowledge in gin distillation, they set out to write a new chapter in this famous English spirit's history. In their words, “The aim was to create a gin so smooth and sensual, you would want to drink it neat over ice”.
Brockmans is slowly distilled in a 100 year old traditional copper still. The traditional notes of gin are combined with citrus and wild berries, along with Bulgarian coriander, blueberries and blackberries. Dry, bittersweet Valencian orange peel rounds out an intensely smooth finish, with added notes of Tuscan juniper berries.
Cocktail suggestion: "French 75"- 1oz. Brockmans Gin, 1/2 oz Lemon juice, 1/2 1/4 oz simple syrup, top with Taanug Cava. Garnish with blue/black berries and lemon twist. (Shake gin/lemon/simple with ice. Strain into glass, top with Cava) Gin Definition: Gins' base spirit is made by fermenting and distilling almost any agricultural product (known as a mash) - most use corn, barley, or wheat. It is then redistilled with Juniper botanicals and other botanicals of the distillers choice (anise, angelica, orris and/or licorice root, savory, coriander, citrus peel, etc.).