Hayman's 1850 Reserve Gin

Hayman's

1850 Reserve

(0.7l, 40%)


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As traditional as it gets these days.

Hayman's distillery was established in 1863 by James Burrough, after he had bought it from John Taylor and Sons. A century later Christopher Hayman, the Gin Master of the company for the past 40 years, joined the company.

Hayman's London Dry Gin is made from a recipe of 10 botanicals, including angelica roots from France, Cinnamon from Madagascar, Coriander from Bulgaria and Orris root from Italy, all of which are steeped for a full day prior to distillation to allow the flavours to release.

Hayman’s 1850 Reserve Gin is distilled as it was back in 1850’s it is then rested in Scotch Whisky barrels for 3-4 weeks following the tradition of Gin Palace’s to the spot. A classic drink, a real piece of history.   
 

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  • Style
    London Dry Gin
  • Region
    England
  • Country
    England
  • Alcohol
    40%
  • Distillery
    Hayman Distillers
  • Bottler
    Hayman Distillers

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orange
coriander
sweet
juniper
oak
cinnamon
pepper
botanicals
citrus
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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Colour 
Clear with hints of orange. 
 
Smell / Nose 
Creamy vanilla, spices, juniper and above the scent of oak.
 
Taste / Palate 
Classic, Piney Juniper with pepper and spices. A bit sweet in the end.
 
Finish 
A long and strong aftertaste of oakiness mixed with sweetness.
 
Ratings & Reviews
Peter
It was a present for someone else , so I cannot make a judgement .
anonymous
slightly smoother than hendrick's, more sophisticated than sapphire, excellent!
anonymous
Dry, wert and strong...
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