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Review: Victoria Gin

Posted by Arctic Wolf on January 13, 2013

VictoriaGin-white5x7-brightVictoria Gin is hand crafted using a German copper pot wood-fired still. The company producing the spirit (Victoria Spirits) is located on Vancouver IslandBritish Colombia, and it is produced in a small batch process from a neutral grain spirit which has been enhanced with ten natural and wild-gathered botanicals. These botanicals include, juniper berry, coriander seed ,angelica, orris root, lemon and orange peel, star anise, cinnamon bark, rose petals and a secret ingredient which the company encourages you guess. Prior to distillation, these ingredients are blended with natural spring water and neutral grain spirit and allowed to steep overnight.

Here is an excerpt from my review:

“”…  Soft piny notes of juniper greet my nostrils beside some light scents of orange and lemon citrus. Mild scents of ginger rise into the breezes along with some light floral notes and a quiet but firm impression of  licorice (Anise) …”

Here is a link to the full review:

Review: Victoria Gin

I would like to thank Blue Note Wine & Spirits Inc. who provided my sample bottle for review.

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