rye
nutmeg
black pepper
coriander
malty
spicy
bread
nutty
botanicals
Spiral St. George Dry Rye Gin

St. George

Dry Rye

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Colour
Crystal clear
 
Smell / Nose / Aroma
Rye bread, nutmeg, lots of spice with a hint of lavinder
 
Flavour / Taste / Palate
Creamy, nutmeg, black pepper, eucalyptus  
 
Finish
Ryr-influenced medium and nutty.
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A Gin for Whisky Lovers.
 
St. George Distillery of Alameda, California, has for been producing craft spirits for the past 32 years. They’re among the first in the United States to start the whole craft movement - that’s before craft was even a buzzword. They started as a one-man operation located in a bare-bones production facility all those years ago, and have now grown to a diverse team of individuals passionate about artisan spirits, with a 65,000-squre-foot hangar with a spectacular tasting room, laboratory, and a lineup of the most beautiful pot stills in the industry. They’re not into the whole craft movement, nor Big brands vs. Small brands. They don’t care about all that. They just wanna make f*cking great spirits. That’s it. Better is better, they say.
 
Unusual for Gin, this is made with a Rye base, oh yeeeeah! This makes it quite Whiskey-like in base spirit, giving a yummy malty profile. Warming and spicy, this Gin comprises botanicals including juniper, black peppercorns, caraway and coriander. A really interesting Gin concoction that satisfies as it much as it confounds. 
  • Style
    Gin
  • Region
    America
  • Country
    American Gin
  • Alcohol
    45%
  • Distillery
    St. George Spirits
  • Bottler
    St. George Spirits
  • Age
    NAS

St. George

Dry Rye

(0.7l, 45%)


7.8/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of St. George Dry Rye Gin
Kiegan
I love gin. I love whiskey. I do not love this. Between the un-aged rye and juniper, it's just too hot on the palate.
anonymous
Good
Vladimir
Not a gin fan, but the rye's magic touch seems to work.
Emil
magnificent gin!
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