Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength
Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength is a premium gin, London Dry type, which was manufactured in 1999.
Martin Miller's and his two friends, David Bromige and Andreas Versteegh, drove the "renewed return" of the gin in 1999 with the launch of Martin Miller's.
Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength Gin is obtained by the same process as normal Martin Miller's, and differs in its alcoholic strength and in its organoleptic characteristics.
It is a clear gin, medium body, soft and silky on the palate, where alcohol does not mask botanists, noticing the juniper and with floral notes and fruit notes with the touch of licorice, predominating in the nose citrus
Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength Tasting Notes
View: Martin Miller's has a clear and clean color.
- Nose: Aromas of violets, citrus, pear, fine herbs and notes of cucumber.
- Mouth: Soft entry into the mouth marked by a dry fruitiness. Medium body but full of citrus flavors, lemon, violet notes and cucumber drops. Long, fruity aftertaste, moist minerals, dry flowers and delicate notes of freshly cut grass.
Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength is recommended to combine with premium tonic, for example Fever Tree, apple, cinnamon stick and lots of ice.
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