Russell Henry Hawaiian Ginger Gin

Russell Henry Gin Russell Henry Hawaiian Ginger Gin

(0.75l, 47.3%)

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Produced by Craft Distillers in California, under the watchful eye of Master Distiller at Tamar Distilleries, Crispin Cain, Russell Henry Hawaiian Ginger Gin is a thing of beauty. It is produced in the same way as the London Dry Gin in the range, which is made from distilled neutral grain spirit and then infused with botanicals.

Organic ginger grown in Kauai is added to the classic list of ingredients (including juniper, coriander and citrus). The result? A real mix of the traditional and the exotic. Some flavored Gins can lose their juniper identity, but not this one. The ginger is prominent on the nose and the palate, but it’s still very much a Gin.

But who is the namesake Russell Henry? Well, rumour has it the brand is named after Russell Henry Chittenden, an American chemist who conducted pioneering research into digestion and nutrition. The perfect namesake for a pioneering Gin, which combines the classic flavors of Gin and Ginger, melding the flavors beautifully. Add it to your drinks cabinet and it’ll give those Gin cocktails real standout and an exotic twist.
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What does Russell Henry Hawaiian Ginger Gin taste like?

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Crystal clear

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Ginger, Pepper, Pine

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Spice, Citrus, Rose

Sweet, spicey and warm

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Ratings & Reviews
Very nice gin! the distiller is a master at his craft! This gin is a lovely gin just straight up or with a number of mixers.
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