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Review: Broker’s Premium London Dry Gin

Posted by Arctic Wolf on June 2, 2020

Broker’s Gin was created in 1998 by the Dawson Brother’s (Martin and Andy) from a recipe which is reported to be over 200 years old. The spirit is made from traditional copper pot stills in a distillery located near Birmingham, England. Like the recipe for the gin, this distillery is over 200 years old as well.

Broker’s is a wheat-based, quadruple-distilled, pure grain spirit. Ten natural ingredients are used to flavour this spirit and of course the primary botanical used is juniper. The botanicals are steeped in the quadruple-distilled base spirit inside the still for 24 hours prior to the spirit being processed through a final, fifth distillation to produce Broker’s Gin.

According to the Broker’s Gin Website, the botanicals used to produce Broker’s Gin and their sources are, juniper berries, coriander seed, orris root, nutmeg, cassia bark, cinnamon, liquorice, orange peel, lemon peel and angelica root.

I was recently sent a new bottle of Broker’s Gin and decide to refresh my review written in 2012 updated tasting notes and new bottle shots.

Here is a link to my refreshed review:

Review: Broker’s Premium London Dry Gin

“… The initial entry on to the palate reveals a nice layer of spiciness which opens (or maybe it is more correct to say cleanses) the palate making it very receptive to the nuances within the gin. Again I notice that classic flavour profile of light juniper accented by lemony citrus and a touch of orange …”

Please enjoy my review which concludes with my suggested serving, Lady of the Empire!

Chimo!

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