QVT Distillery - Dry Gin

QVT Distillery - Dry Gin - 70cl - Onshore Cellars

QVT Distillery - Dry Gin

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The initial taste of QVT Gin confirms that it is a gin (there are some gins that are almost a flavoured vodka), hence the juniper comes out first, after which the other ingredients, including citrus, coriander and lavender, start to emerge. Evoking thoughts of lingering Provencal sunsets, warm sun by the pool, or under a cafe umbrella in the square of local village. This gin is ‘unapologetically’ Provençal!
Type:
Gin
Country:
France
Region:
Provence
Producer:
QVT

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