Boë Violet Gin - Flavoured Gin - 70cl - 41.5% ABV
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Solway succeeded in their goal to recreate the taste of Parma Violets sweets. This gin has a very deep aroma of sweet violets. The taste is also quite sweet and floral but doesn’t overpower the spicy and piney juniper berries. As the name may suggest, this is a relatively sweet version of a violet gin. First of all, it’s a gin liqueur which means that the Alcohol by Volume (ABV) of the gin is allowed to be lower than 37.5%. This drink has an ABV of 20%. It’s amazing to drink this gin neat due to the very present classic gin taste, but this drink will also work great in a spritz if it’s mixed with prosecco.
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As we mentioned above, this type of gin is infused with flowers from the violet family. Infusion with violet flowers creates a very distinguishable scent and flavor and often this infusion also leads to the violet hue that violet gins have.
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Whitley Neill is a sister company to the aforementioned J.J. Whitley. Just like J.J. Whitley, Whitley Neill specializes in flavored gins.
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The taste of violet is well balanced with the taste of juniper berries which a gin is supposed to taste like. It’s not too sweet, but sweet enough to make a nice summery variation to a gin and tonic. Boë Violet Gin Even though Two Birds is a fairly young brand, it only started in 2012, they have made a ton of different kinds of spirits like gin, vodka, rum, and absinthe. The brand Boë is named after Franz de la Boë, who to some stories is believed to be the inventor of the spirit we call gin. Boë Gin takes pride in the quality of gin and in its ability to be distinctive by bringing new flavors to gin.Aside from pink and blood orange gins, a new kind of gin called violet gin has been popping up more and more at different brands over the past few years.
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Due to the strong and remarkable scent and flavor lavender has, it is used a ton in gin, but also in fragrances. What Does A Violet Gin Taste Like
Gin starts out as a neutral grain spirit similar to vodka. After this first distillation, a combination of different botanicals is infused with the clear spirit to create a unique taste pallet. Gin distillers can choose from pretty much any herb, spice, flower, root, etc. they want to create their own distinctive gin. The first gin on the list is the violet gin from J.J. Whitley. J.J. Whitley is a brand that is well-known for making flavored gins and vodkas. The Whitley family has been distilling these spirits since 1762, so they’re bound to have a ton of experience. Violet gins are a lot less juniper-forward than standard gins and are also without a doubt a lot sweeter than a more basic gin like a London dry gin.