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Made with half a pound of sloes per 50cl bottle this gin is full of tart fruitiness, a beautiful rich deep ruby russet colour. For sloe gin lovers this will fill a gap in their collection. Read on for full review.
'Curious and curiouser'. The very bottle of Drumshambo is an experience. Whimsy is a word you don't often hear these days but I think that Monty-Pythonesque whimsy is called for when reviewing Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin. Read on for the full review.
The name Orbium comes from the Latin plural for a circle. A name chosen to reflect the rounded character of its botanical profile. It is the first quininated gin, with the addition of bitter quinine and wormwood. The iconic black apothecary style bottle of the original has been replaced with a lotus blossom blue one.