£29.00£41.43 per litre
The perfect selection and the secret combination of its natural ingredients are behind this gin's exceptional velvetiness.
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (22)
Fifty gin has a very strong taste in my opinion, but in a pleasant way, as you can really taste the juniper. I do find that one is enough, however I may feel different in the summer months as I find gin more of a seasonal drink that I enjoy alfresco on a warm summer's evening. One small observation, the bottle is striking and stands out, however I can't tell how much I have drunk and if I need to buy more.
I was given this to review. I tried it with some friends and we all enjoyed it very much.
Better than the average gin
I received this to review, and shared it with friends. The feedback was mainly positive - it wasn't overly flavoured but it was smooth and better quality than a lot of cheap brands. "Better than average but didnt blow my socks off" was one quote. I tried to contact the company via their website to find out whether or not it was vegetarian but had no reply. The bottle itself looks lovely.
This gin has a light juniper flavour and smooth finish. Very enjoyable. We used it in gin and tonics.
Good with mixers.
I was sent this product in order to review it. I'm not much of a gin drinker as the botanical flavours in some gins can be overpowering. That wasn't the case here. Nice enough taste. On the aesthetics, it's an old fashioned looking bottle and quite nice too, but the plastic stopper cheapens the look.
I asked a couple of friends over to try this gin with me. I'm more of a vodka woman myself, so I had to get their opinions. We tried it as a shot first of all, to get the true taste. Very junipery! said one. I've drunk smoother gins, said the other. We then had gimlets with Roses lime cordial which for me, made it all the more palatable. "It's quite pokey" apparently. Our third drink was gimlet plus soda, which the gin drinkers enjoyed. I'd still have preferred vodka. The consensus was that if we were going to buy an extravagant gin, it wouldn't be this one. The bottle is appealing, but the stopper somewhat awkward. One friend gave is 4/5, the other 3/5, so really it's a 3.5.