Conker’s new Navy Strength Gin Review
True to the term ‘Navy Strength’, award winning, Dorset based Conker Spirit have launched their new gin, which weighs in at an impressive 57% ABV.
Conker’s new Navy Strength gin is the long awaited sequel to the famous Dorset Dry, and is every bit as smooth and refreshing, similar to that of the Dorset Dry. Served with Schweppes Indian Tonic, a dash of lie and a sprinkling of juniper berries, this certainly appears in our top 5 gins right now.
Conker’s Navy Gin is made in a similar way to Conker Spirit’s other gins, using hand-picked marsh samphire from along the stunning Dorset coastline, making this a true gin to be enjoyed by the sea. In fact, every bottle sold means £5 donated to RNLI, a fantastic cause.
Nine botanicals make up this tipple: Juniper berries, Coriander seed, Angelica root, Oris root, Casia bark, Bitter orange peel, lime peel, Elderberries and Marsh samphire, which in turn provide tasting notes of fresh pine and sweet spiced fruits.
Navy Strength Gin is available for £42.95 from www.masterofmalt.com.
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