J.J. Whitley Pink Cherry Gin 70 cl
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For example, a pint of cider can amount to 216 calories, while a 175ml glass of wine can come to 159. J.J Whitley Bramble gin delivers a delicious burst of sweetened berries with subtle tart citrus flavours finishing with subtle mulled spice and pepper.
J.J. Whitley Pink Cherry Gin, 70 cl – The Bottle Club J.J. Whitley Pink Cherry Gin, 70 cl – The Bottle Club
This gin has a hit of Mediterranean summer orange on the nose, with flavours of candied orange marmalade, infused with subtle earthy undertones of liquorice root and the warming spice of cassia bark. Finished with herbaceous piney juniper notes, complemented by summer citrus.There are a number of different cherry flavoured gins available, offering up wonderfully sweet tastes – for example, the JJ Whitley Pink Cherry Gin offers an aroma of fresh orange almonds, its tasting notes going on to describe this initial sweetness as “leading into marzipan, sour cherry and juniper on the palate.”
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While traditional gin is a timeless classic, the rise in colourful flavoured gins bursting with fun and alternative tastes is a refreshing trend, perfect for the upcoming summer. Here, ILoveGin takes a look at cherry gin, exploring the different types currently available, the perfect mixers and where you can find it. The serve recommends adding the 50ml of cherry gin to the glass, already filled with the ice, topping this up with the tonic before adding the cherry syrup and stirring this all in thoroughly. After this, garnish with the 2 cherries.
A smooth and refined fragrance with a light delicate taste of violet rounded off with a subtle sweetness and soft scents of juniper. To find out more on cherry gins, and other flavoured gins, why not also explore our Gin Club (UK delivery only), members receiving two new gins straight to their door each month, along with information around the chosen gins and complimenting mixers. J.J Whitley London Dry Gin is the product of eight generations of distilling history. It’s a classic London Dry recipe, which uses a blend of eight botanicals, including orange peel, lemon peel, juniper, angelica seeds, coriander seed, liquorice, cassia bark and orris root.
Everything started in 1762 when Thomas Greenall set up the first distillery. Since the 1800s, Constance the copper still has seen more botanicals and juniper berries than David Attenborough has seen in his lifetime of adventures.Another thing to factor in when considering gin as a low-calories beverage option is to be aware of the mixers you include in this. Low calories tonics, as their name suggests, can substantially reduce the number of calories included in your G&T when compared to regular tonics – 100ml Fever Tree Indian Tonic Water coming to 35.61kcal, while 100ml of Fever Tree Refreshingly Light Indian Tonic Water comes to 15kcal. Read about how many calories are in a gin and tonic. Wonderful smoothness with clear notes of juniper, perfectly complemented by hints of citrus, spice and parma violets. J.J Whitley Violet Gin is the product of eight generations of distilling history. Its recipe uses a blend of eight botanicals including juniper, angelica root, coriander and liquorice with a natural flavour burst of the quintessential English country garden flower, the violet.