dry
orange peel
juniper
lemon zest
botanicals
pine
blossom
tangerine
zesty
Spiral Filliers Dry Gin 28
Filliers
Dry Gin 28
Tasting Notes
Color / Appearance
Clear.
 
Smell / Nose
Juniper plays the main role with lemon and orange scents in the support role.   
 
Taste / Palate
The citrusy feelings become more and more equal to the ones of Juniper, creamy dry sensation follows.
 
Finish
Dry and warm with juniper emerging above everything else. 

Flavour spiral
Dry, juniper, orange peel, lemon zest, pine, tangerine, blossom, botanicals, vanilla.


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Belgium’s finest.
 
Being one of the oldest brands in the World, the story of Filliers begins sometime towards the end of the 18th century in Belgium. Karel Lodewijk Filliers started the Jenever business on the family farm and ignited the passion for distillation that would continue for five generations! It was in the year 1928 that Firmin Filliers came up with the recipe for Gin with 28 different botanicals, and it hasn’t changed since then. Why change perfection, right?
 
The production was slow in the middle of last century as Whisky was a more popular choice of spirit, but in the last decade things have changed. The craft Gin movement is growing growing stronger, and now this legendary Gin returned its former glory. Filliers Dry Gin is a small batch Gin created in copper stills. It was infused with 28 botanicals, in addition to juniper, to form the soul of this descent of Jenever a real tradition in a bottle!  
 
  • Category
    Gin
  • Style
    Dry Gin
  • Region
    Belgium
  • Country
    Belgium
  • Alcohol
    46%
  • Distillery

Filliers Dry Gin 28

(0.5l, 46%)


7.4/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Filliers Dry Gin 28
Wayne
Wayne,
I loved it. First dry gin I’ve tried and very glad it did.
 
Gordon
Gordon,
Too harsh. Hits the tongue like a freight train and then lingers with harsh after tones. Has no real scent and offers little to endear.
 
Lisa
Lisa,
Loved this one. Great choice for a dry gin.
Aljaz
Aljaz,
I loved it too! Great gin.
Michael
Michael,
This is more of an acquired taste - the pine somewhat overwhelms. Not bad, but there are better gins.
 
Jamie
Jamie,
This is a very classic but mild tasting gin. In my opinion, this is your “gateway” gin into becoming a gin lover. For the more seasoned gin drinker, it was a little weak
 
Richard
Richard,
A unique and delicate find, this was why I joined Flaviar! When I perused the catalogue, this was one of the many varietals of Gin which I did not know. Granted, I am whiskey fellow myself, so there were juniper-infused beverages which threw me from the tried path. From the Gin Lane collection, this was the third and final glass I poured and it was worth it. A remarkable gin that mixes the perfect amount of spice with herb to create a floral presentation and one that is hard to replicate. If you see it, get it. You certainly will not be upset with this remarkable choice.
 
Hansen
Hansen,
great tasting, smooth, clean tasting, not too sweet, can be refreshing, especially with ice, distinct aroma
 
guest
guest,
The best !
 
Cameron
Cameron,
Not a fan of the dry old fashioned taste. Good benchmark gin though. really enjoyed it in tonic water
 
Larry
Larry,
Good favor with a typical juniperberry dominance.
 
Scott
Scott,
Smooth, easy-going, less spicy and herbaceous gin. A bit too booze-forward for me, but perhaps that could be improved in a cocktail.
 
Virgil
Virgil,
If you like gin... This is a must have!!
Matija
Matija,
Not sure about _must have_ but definitely a good choice!
guest
guest,
Like a monkey eating a tangerine frolicking outdoors. Cool.
 
Sean
Sean,
I think it's bloody marvelous! It's just moved to #! as my gin of choice.
 
Ian
Ian,
Neat you get a real dry punch, it mellows with a good tonic
 
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