In this episode of Gin Fun, we taste a wine named after Angnus Arber who im1948 became the first woman to win the linden Society Gold Medal. Agnus died in 1960 having produced an extensive library of books on both botany and philosophy.
It is with this appreciation of Agnus’s work that the creators of this the Agnus Arber Gin created their gin.
The nine botanicals used to create this gin are: –
John felt that some of the flavours mixed together to form a mushroom type taste.
There are lots of different tastes going on in this gin and which makes it very interesting to taste neat.
With tonic added the taste seem to be flattened to just the Orange and Junipers flavours – so for us, this one should be enjoyed neat!
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