Hardshore Distilling Company Original Gin NV 750ml
SKU 814300

Hardshore Distilling Company Original Gin NV

Maine - United States

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By the nose, there’s a hint of fresh hay, melon, carmelized pineapple— think pineapple upside down cake— and a faint terpenic air of woody rosemary giving Hardshore Original Gin a slight gin character. There’s an unusual fruity/floral nose here, especially given the sparse botanical selection. But I find it quite inviting. By the palate mint is the dominant botanical here. Hardshore Original Gin is quite herbal and fresh. A note of fresh picked apple mint leaves with a touch of lemon verbena and pineapple sage. Towards the back end, the mint continues to be dominant. It finishes with clean notes of fir needles, rosemary and Earl Grey tea.

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Country: United States

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