Buy Gunpowder Gin
Drumshanbo Gunpowder Californian Orange Gin is a sensational new gin that's taking the world by storm. Distilled in the heart of Ireland, this artisanal gin combines the traditional flavors of gunpowder tea with the bright and zesty notes of Californian oranges, creating a bold and captivating flavor that's truly one-of-a-kind. The gin's unique infusion of botanicals creates a complex taste profile that's perfect for sipping or mixing into your favourite cocktails. With its striking label and explosive flavour, Drumshanbo Gunpowder Californian Orange Gin is sure to leave a lasting impression.
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From the Shed Distillery, Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim, comes this fine handcrafted gin. Made from an exciting combination of select oriental, local botanicals, and an assortment of oriental fresh citrus and leaves (gunpowder tea) that are left to soak for a maximum of 30 minutes in the medieval style still. The result is a gin that's delightfully fresh with citrus, juniper, and spicy notes.
A 70cl bottle of the splendid Drumshanbo Gunpowder Gin from Ireland's Shed Distillery. Made with an array of botanicals such as juniper, angelica, orris, caraway, coriander, meadowsweet, cardamom and star anise as well as vapour infused oriental lemon and lime, fresh grapefruit and gunpowder tea! It makes a smashing Martini and is tasty with tonic too.
Crafted with care using only the finest ingredients, including gunpowder tea, juniper berries, and of course, zesty California oranges, this gin is the perfect choice for any gin lover. So why not add a splash of zing to your next drink with Drumshanbo Gunpowder California Orange Citrus Irish Gin? Your taste buds will thank you.
Here at the edge of a lake in a shed in a small Irish town, the ordinary is made extraordinary. Within is the laboratory of PJ Rigney, boundary-pushing begetter of hand-made spirits who slow distills gin with nature's finest oriental botanicals and gunpowder tea.
The special edition spirit pairs gunpowder tea and fresh citrus fruits from the Orient with honey from the first harvest of the beehives on the Ashford Castle Estate and wood sorrel, which flourishes below the vast tree population in the 350-acre gardens. 041b061a72