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Whittaker’s Summer Solstice Gin (Episode 193)

In this episode, we taste Whittaker’s Summer Solstice gin.

On the nose, the grapefruit comes through and on the tongue, the taste is quite forceful.

The alcohol may be hiding some of the taste when drunk neat and when tasted with tonic the grapefruit smell seemed to have morphed into tangerines.

We both prefered this gin with tonic, making it smoother and the tonic brought out the tangerines taste together with making the gin “juicier” made the drink.

This is a great summer G&T!

Take a look at Whittaker’s website at https://www.whittakersgin.com/

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Ashdown Ros̩ Wine (Episode 192 РPart 3)

This wine is a great salmon colour, on the nose or if you like, it has a smell of strawberries and cream!
It tastes of strawberries, but John M felt the wine does not have much length or put another way the taste does not last for very long.

Bluebell Vineyard Ashdown Rose

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Agnus Arber Gin (Episode 191)

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: –

Juniper
Angelica
Cassia
Coriander
Grapefruit
Iris
Lemon
Liquorice
Orange

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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3 Choirs Red Wine in a Can (Episode 190 – Part 4)

In the last part of this episode, we taste Three Choir’s Red Wine in a Can.

 

The wine looks wonderful when it comes out of the tin and into a bottle.
For a wine that is in a can, it has a sophisticated and lovely nose!
Full of fruit and jammy on the taste.
We drank this wine at room temperature but felt if it was a hot summers day it might take a slight chill.


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Three Choirs Rose Wine in a Can (Episode 190 – Part 3)

In this the third part of the episode, we taste Three Choirs Rose in a can.

It has the smell of Toffee or, Tablet, for those of you that know that delicious Scottish treat!

This was John’s favourite of the first three wines in a can.

A very nice taste the description for which escaped us try as we may!

This was a great wine and well worth recommending to take with you to an event or garden party.

 

 

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3 Choirs Dry White in a Can (Episode 190 – Part 2)

In the second part of this episode, we taste a can of their Dry White wine.

On the nose, the wine smells similar to Sauvignon blanc, with John M detecting pears and pear drops.

When drinking it had pineapple/tropical fruits flavours or notes as they would say in the wine world.

It was very smooth and round such great quality for wine in a can – the perfect drink when you are travelling.

 

 

Take a look at Three Choirs Vineyard’s website: – https://www.three-choirs-vineyards.co.uk/buy-wine/

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3 Choirs Dry White Fizz in a Can (Episode 190 – Part 1)

We begin this episode tasting a fizz!

 

Very light in colour, plenty of bouquet on the nose, and has a great taste of stone fruit, well-balanced acidity with an after taste of apple,

A fantastic wine to take to an event.

 

 

Take a look at Three Choirs website for more details at – https://www.three-choirs-vineyards.co.uk/

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Wicked Wolf Exmoor Gin (Episode 189)

In this episode, we taste a Wicked Wolf Exmoor Gin.

 

On the nose, the gin smells very minty and very delicate on the taste.

With tonic, the taste continues to be very delicate, so ideal for those of you that don’t like that big dry juniper taste this gin will probably suit you.

 

Find out more about this gin from the distillery’s website at https://www.wickedwolfgin.com/

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