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Ha’Penny Rhubarb Gin – a Country Winner

Ha'Penny Rhubarb Gin took away the Country Winner award for Ireland at this year's World Gin Awards with Ha'Penny Dry Gin & Míl Gin each taking a Silver medal.

 

Ha'Penny Rhubarb Gin - took away the Country Winner award for Ireland at this year's World Gin Awards.

Ha’Penny Rhubarb Gin – took away the Country Winner award for Ireland at this year’s World Gin Awards.

Ha’Penny Rhubarb Gin is a distinctively pink small-batch pot-distilled gin featuring the finest rhubarb alongside 13 expertly selected botanicals.

Initially fresh rhubarb with a bright botanical mix, rounding to a pleasant classic resinous Juniper forward gin, a silky palate accompanies a lingering crisp fresh Rhubarb finish – a well-rounded Irish gin to be enjoyed on the rocks. Recommend serve is with Premium tonic and an Orange wedge.

The Ha’Penny range of hand-crafted, small-batch distilled spirits captures the flavours, stories and charm of Dublin using only the finest botanicals inspired by the Victorian walled garden of Dublin’s Phoenix Park.

Silver medalist Ha’Penny Dublin Dry Gin, also a small-batch pot-distilled gin, features 13 botanicals offering a unique flavour and taste inspired by Dublin.  Named after the iconic Ha’Penny Bridge, the gin features botanicals which would have been growing in the nearby Phoenix Park in Victorian times when the bridge was built.

Floral aromas include a hint of Lavender to awaken the senses, while Blackberry, Lavender and Orange-peel leave the palate with a lingering sweetness.

Serve with tonic, Lemon slice and a sprig of Mint.

The other Silver medalist, Mil Gin, is a full-flavoured Mediterranean gin made in Ireland. On the nose it has Summer fresh citrus and subtle herb notes of Basil, Thyme, Rosemary and Piney Juniper. The taste is fresh, bittersweet with a clean citrus finish.

Serve with Premium tonic water, Grapefruit wedge and Basil leaf.

 

 

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