Edinburgh Dry Gin Cannonball Navy Strength 114.4

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Indulge in the bold intensity of Edinburgh Dry Gin Cannonball Navy Strength 114.4. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail and distilled to a robust 114.4 proof, this gin represents the epitome of strength and character. Inspired by the historic naval tradition of high-proof spirits, Edinburgh Dry Gin Cannonball Navy Strength 114.4 offers a thrilling taste experience that captures the essence of adventure and exploration.

Craftsmanship: Edinburgh Dry Gin Cannonball Navy Strength 114.4 is crafted with the finest botanicals and distilled with precision to achieve its bold and intense flavor profile. Each batch is meticulously crafted by skilled distillers, ensuring a consistent and exceptional quality that is characteristic of Edinburgh's renowned distilling heritage.

Versatility: Whether enjoyed in a classic gin and tonic, a refreshing martini, or as the base for creative cocktails, Edinburgh Dry Gin Cannonball Navy Strength 114.4 offers versatility and sophistication. Its bold flavor profile and higher proof make it the perfect choice for those seeking a powerful and memorable gin experience.

A Tribute to Tradition: Edinburgh Dry Gin Cannonball Navy Strength 114.4 pays homage to the historic naval tradition of high-proof spirits. Named after the cannonball strength of 114.4 proof, this gin embodies the spirit of adventure and exploration that inspired sailors and explorers throughout history.

Elevate Your Gin Experience: Experience the thrill of Edinburgh Dry Gin Cannonball Navy Strength 114.4. Elevate your gin experience and discover the bold intensity and character that have made it a favorite among adventurous gin enthusiasts worldwide.




Tasting Notes

Appearance: Edinburgh Dry Gin Cannonball Navy Strength 114.4 presents a clear, bright appearance in the glass, hinting at its potent nature.

Nose: Upon nosing, the aroma is bold and intense, with juniper taking the forefront, accompanied by vibrant citrus notes and a hint of spice. The higher proof amplifies the botanical aromatics, creating an enticing bouquet.

Palate: The palate is greeted with a burst of flavor. The higher alcohol content enhances the juniper-forward profile, while citrus undertones add brightness and complexity. Notes of coriander and peppery spice emerge, adding depth and intensity to the overall experience.

Finish: The finish is long and robust, with the juniper and spice lingering on the palate. Despite its high strength, the gin maintains a smooth and balanced character, leaving a lasting impression of boldness and sophistication.

Distillery Information

The opening of our new, state-of-the-art Edinburgh Gin at the Arches Distillery, nestled in the heart of the Old Town. This multi-million pound investment is a testament to our commitment to providing you with the best possible Edinburgh Gin experience.A Dutch physician who went by the name of Franciscus Sylvius is thought to be the 'inventor' of gin having started prescribing a juniper-based distilled spirit for medicinal purposes in 1550.Keen for some good, thirsty news to lift your spirits? The 2023 International Wine and Spirits Competition (IWSC) just went down in London Town, and Australia's very own gin hero Four Pillars won International Gin Producer of the Year for the third time. That's right, Four Pillars produces the Best Gin on Earth.To produce a decent (i.e. distilled) gin requires a two stage process – first a base 'neutral spirit' is made and then this is flavoured by through re-distillation with seeds, berries, roots, fruits and herbs and spices – collectively known as 'botanicals'.
Distilled gin is made by redistilling white grain spirit and raw cane sugar which has been flavoured with juniper berries. Compound gin is made by flavouring neutral grain spirit with juniper berries without redistilling and can be considered a flavoured vodka.