Supporting innovation and mixologists with an intense flavoursome gin at a precise higher craft strength. Is it Madness or Genius?
Martin Miller’s Westbourne Gin. A gin for those in the know, its name derives from the location of Martin Miller’s own residence in Westbourne Grove in London, where the brand was conceived.
Loved by bartenders
Created in response to requests by ‘mixologists’ for a Martin Miller’s Gin that would give a more ‘old school’ authenticity to their classic repertoire of cocktails and help them create more fully-flavoured inventions.
It became a bartender’s favourite from the very beginning, enjoying an underground cult status and closely-guarded secret among the bar fraternity.
Respected by judges
Since its launch, Martin Miller’s Westbourne Gin has been awarded the highest score ever in some competitions and continues gathering top prizes from worldwide tasting panels and juries including The World’s Best Gin according to BTI in 2020.
Intense and citrus. The mandarin and juniper are present in the nose. In the mouth the cinnamon is dominant before the mandarin reappears in the long finish.
Intense citrus peels integrated with juniper and very smooth alcohol balance
Subtle sweetness from liquorice enhances the citrus presence
Long freshness feeling
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