Russell Henry London Dry Gin

Russell Henry Gin Russell Henry London Dry Gin

(0.75l, 46.7%)

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A Gin that’s lighter than air?

Not quite. But this Gin, produced by Craft Distillers in California, is certainly delicate. Crispin Cain, Master Distiller at Tamar Distilleries, is a craftsman. A maker of Whiskey, he decided it was high time he expanded his horizons and turned his hand (and knowledge and passion for craft spirits production) to Gin. Partnering with Craft Distillers, he developed the Russell Henry Gin range.

Who on earth is 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 Gin range which, as is Craft Distillers’ way, will continue to develop and evolve as the recipe is tinkered to perfection.

The Gin itself is light in body, but perfectly balanced. There’s a big hit of juniper, but without the heat. It’s more piney than walking through a pine forest at peak pine season. Produced by first distilling on a former Cognac still and then infusing the secret blend of botanicals this Gin is truly a product of TLC: tender, loving craft.
  • Category
  • Style
    London Dry Gin
  • Region
    United States
  • Country
    United States
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pine forest
lemon peel
What does Russell Henry London Dry Gin taste like?

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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
Crystal clear

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Pine, Citrus, Pepper

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Sweet, Lychee, Rose

Delicate, silky and light
Ratings & Reviews
This was a pleasant but not outstanding gin for my personal palate. I prefer gin to be GIN, meaning forward with the juniper. This one is pretty light on the juniper for my taste. I also am not especially fond of cucumber notes, and I tasted that more than I preferred. Mind you I ordered two bottles and finished them both ~ but I will buy something else next time first.
Great, light, citrus forward gin that's perfect sipped on its own or used in a martini or gimlet.
This is the gold standard in London dry gin!
Slight sweet taste with a botanical finish.
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