An interesting flavour, one that lingers past the point of consumption. At first intensely sweet, sickly, fruity and creamy, then swiftly moving to aggressively tangy and medicinal, like a paracetamol you’ve accidentally chewed. Drinking this is like gagging on a Lemsip. We use it as a punishment shot.
one of the best around !
Excellent ll round - despite high strength, the taste is very good, hints oaf rhubarb and the ginger is marvellous for an upset tummy - go steady though it is 43% - two fingers over crushed ice - forget the tonic, but only one !
Very nice and warming
Lovely taste, very warming and pleasant. Tasted it at neighbours and now we have purchased out own bottle.
Utterly horrible. This tastes of neither Rhubarb or Ginger, rather the taste is of child's sickly, chemically confectionary. Really disgusting.
I couldn't taste rhubarb or ginger which is a favo
I couldn't taste rhubarb or ginger which is a favourite flavour combination of mine and one I am very familiar with. This gin has a horrible sweet, bubblegum-like, artificial taste. From the label it is clear that it contains no real rhubarb, just rhubarb essence. Essences, as opposed to extracts, are synthetic, and created from chemicals. I've had wonderful rhubarb gin so it's certainly possible to make a good product with pleasant natural flavours but Whitley Neill has not succeeded with this product.
An extremely sweet flavoured gin - a little overpowering in my opinion. It is by no means subtle, and I didn't really enjoy it.
Lovely. Best gin ever