House of Elrick Gin

House of Elrick Gin

(0.75l, 42%)

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Another brilliant Scottish Gin shinning with florals and spice.

There’s a very popular show in the US called "Shark Tank." But it started as a show in England called "Dragon’s Den" that is still running today. Well, a few years ago the upstart House of Elrick Gin appeared on that show and they were offered more than US $110,000 for a 10% share of the company… and founder Stuart Ingram ultimately turned it down. They have proceeded with self-funding and crowd-sourcing to get where they are today — an Aberdeen-based Spirits company with a selection of fine, hand-crafted Gins and an entrepreneurial Spirit. 

House of Elrick Gin is decidedly floral in character. They keep their sources as a trade secret, but we know that they get their water from Loch Ness. And we also now of a Distillery or two in the area (e.g., Diageo’s Glen Ord) and known to contract out some work here and there. And the floral character reminds us of malted barley-based Spirits too. But both of those are guesses.

We also know that their botanicals include juniper (of course) along with heather, rose petals, sweet fennel, angelica, coriander, and some citrus. This wonderfully tasty Gin is bottled at an odd but appreciated 42% ABV in a lovely black glass decanter. And we have to say that it is another stellar example of flavorful and aromatic Gins coming out of Scotland these days.

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Classifications of Gin: London Dry Gin, Plymouth Gin, Old Tom Gin, Genever or Dutch, New Western or new American or International style.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma is bright and decidedly floral with a wisp of pine.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The flavor profile leans toward a London Dry, but stands out with more herbs, flowers, and spice.

The finish is brisk and clean like a great Gin should be.
Ratings & Reviews
Floral and glorious
Big fan of Hendrik’s but this tops that!
Fascinating flavor in this one. Manages to somehow taste "old school". Delicious on its own but perfection in a martini.
I enjoy Hendricks, but this one is different - less floral, a little more on the dry side. There's something interesting going on with it - not sure if it's the Loch Ness water or what, but it's delicious. Whether neat or with some tonic water, I'll be coming back for more.
What a terrific surprise. I of course would compare this primarily to Hendricks, since they’re both Scottish. While I like Hendricks, there’s a floral quality that I’m not crazy about. No hint of it here - in fact I wonder if the source water of Loch Ness has helped to ground this in something closer to the English varieties. It’s a delicious gin.
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