Sir Ian Botham small batch London Dry Gin – Pre Order for Late September Delivery

£25.00

Sir Ian Botham is one of the greatest cricketers England has ever produced. Known as an All-Rounder of the sport, his bowling was as feared by his opponents as his batting triumphs were rejoiced by his team mates and country. Now enjoying life away from the cricket pitch, Sir Ian has had the opportunity to realise other life long passions; namely wine and the art of making it. In 2018, Sir Ian launched his first range of wines bearing his name. In less than a year, the range has collected 6 international wine awards and Sir Ian has been praised as an accomplished winemaker in his own right. During the development of the wine range, Sir Ian was determined to also turn his hand to making his other favourite tipple, Gin.

Working alongside Master Gin Distiller, Deirdre Bohane, at the renowned distillery, West Cork Distillers in Ireland, Sir Ian and gin experts in his own family, worked meticulously to create their perfect blend.

This London Dry Gin is smooth yet refreshing. Strong notes of citrus are balanced with spice and hints of vanilla. This spice is enhanced with bitter orange peel and fresh root ginger to give warmth whilst the vanilla sweetness gives a soft lingering undertone.

BOTANICALS

This London Dry Gin has been infused with 12 botanicals to create its distinctive, delicious taste. These are;
– Juniper
– Coriander Seed

– Angelica Root
– Liquorice Root
– Orange Peel
– Grains of Paradise – Orris Root
– Black Peppercorn – Cassia
– Black Cardamom – Ginger Root
– Vanilla Pod

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Sir Ian Botham is arguably one of the greatest cricketers that England has ever produced.  Known as an all-rounder of the sport, his bowling skills were as feared by opponents as his batting triumphs were rejoiced by his team-mates and country.  For the last 40 years, Sir Ian has been nurturing one of his other great passions in life – wine and the art of making it.  He now brings you this range of first class wines from one of his favourite wine producing countries, Australia.