Highclere Castle Gin, the winner of over 80 international awards, is a prestigious gin distilled for the discerning, for those looking to embrace the subtle luxuries of refinement. This creation was inevitable as it was created from the botanicals grown on the infamous Highclere Castle estate known as “the real Downton Abbey” and refined over centuries of harvests, they have produced a gin so fabulously aligned with the castle. This is the gin in its most elevated and reassuringly elegant state.
Highclere Castle London Dry Gin is distilled from a blend of botanicals grown on Highclere Castle’s ancient estate including vibrant oranges from the Victorian Orangery ABV 43.5% / 87 Proof
Highclere Castle Barrel Aged Gin to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun by Howard Carter and the 5th Earl of Carnarvon, Highclere Castle Spirits has released a limited edition barrel aged Highclere Castle Gin. Made with Highclere botanicals and aged in French Armagnac casks, Scotch and American whiskey barrels with notes of honey, smoke, and citrus. With only 2,000 cases produced, this special blend of Highclere Castle Gin is a once-in-a-lifetime product, and, like the discovery of King Tut’s Tomb, will go down in history, never to be released again.” ABV 45% / 90 Proof.
My Opinion: These are both great gifts for Valentine’s Day to give to an alcohol collector or enjoy with a romantic dinner with your sweetheart. The London Dry Gin has a nice flavor of orange and the dishes it would complement are smoked salmon, duck prosciutto, porchetta, finocchiona, fennel salami meats, cranberries, raspberries, strawberries, blue cheese, and more.
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