At A Glance
3 to 5 working days
Submitted on 2016-02-18 Amy G
I hesitated a little at the seaweed gin - not a big fan but thought it would be worth a shot (literally). So pleased I did - this is the one that stayed in my mind at the festival and that I went home with at the end of the night. Great flavour and makes a nice addition to fish dishes wrapped and steamed (en papillote). Hoping to see it again at the next festival, will definitely get some more!!
Submitted on 2016-02-18 Leahtheminx
Do you like Samphire? Or shellfish? Or standing on a cliff and taking in great big gulps of Sea air? If your answer is no then this may not be the right Gin for you - happily, there's no need to worry; these days there's a Gin for everyone.
If you were to take a bite of Samphire and a mouthful of Gin simultaneously; you'd get a low-fi version of this complex beauty.
I've paired this with scallops and pea puree as part of a Gin matching dinner party and this was one of the highlights.
I love this Gin - it's subtle in Juniper, big on Seaside memories - yet happily glances sideways at saltiness and waves - it tastes clean and has a light mouth feel. It's really versatile and works well as a sipping Gin in a glass with some ice for company. It makes a great twist on a Martini and the dilution with Vodka (particularly Bison Grass), is nothing short of epic.
Worth mentioning the Da Mhile (pronounced Da Vi-lay) Organic Gin is also a winner and is in it's way akin to the 1st album that got them noticed - this is the quirky 2nd album that made you go see what they can do playing live.
Submitted on 2017-05-09 Steve
Something a bit different, definite hint of kombu so not suitable for some traditional gin cocktails but a good aperitif to seafood.