Indian Summer Saffron Infused Gin (700ml)

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Indian Summer Saffron Infused Gin (700ml)

$69.99 Bottle
  • ABV 46%

Released by Duncan Taylor, a company better known for their indie whisky bottlings, Indian Summer Gin follows the likes of Gabriel Boudier and Old Raj with a generous input from one of the world’s most expensive spices. Labelled as "Double Gold Saffron", this is bottled at 46% Alc./Vol.

Other reviews… If the retail price of spices by the ounce is any indication, there might be only two better than cardamom and one better than vanilla: Saffron. These extraordinary threads from the Saffron Crocus have been used as both a spice and colorant for centuries, hence given its bright hue it should come as no surprise that many gins which choose to add the priceless botanical do so post distillation via infusion. This ensures firstly that your spirit will have a gentle golden hue. Secondly, it will ensure that the delicate flavor is clear and present (it would take much, much more saffron to get the same pronounced flavor through distillation). As the price is high, and infusion ensures a little will go along way, all of the major gins on the market (including Indian Summer) do so by this methodology. Indian Summer Gin takes a classic-style botanical bill, infuses some saffron and comes out with what could be a winner. Smartly bottled at over 90 proof, the flavors are clear and vibrant, and the spirit is smooth and dry. Classic style gin fans will find something to like here, with familiar botanicals highlighted along-side the saffron. Fans of contemporary gin, might find it a little less ambitious than the name might imply. Indian Summer Gin aims to appeal to both audiences, and from this vantage point looks to have pulled it off. -