Old Kempton Tasmanian Embezzler Gin 46% 700ML
Gin from Old Kempton Distillery, named after the very person who built Dysart House.
After being convicted of embezzlement and serving out his sentence, William Ellis built Dysart House here in Kempton. Home to the Old Kempton distillery where they create the Classic Dry styled gin using 14 botanicals to create what is a beautifully balanced gin.
Ideal in a gin and tonic using Fever Tree Mediterranean tonic, ice and lime. Bottled at 46%.
Embezzler Gin is designed to be a well-balanced gin that incorporates a strong juniper character, blended with citrus, florals, spices, sweetness, and ending with a traditional London dry finish that just lasts just long enough before you are wanting to take another sip. The Embezzler should stand out in your glass and can be drunk straight, on ice or chilled, with tonic or our suggestion is chilled with a slice of lime.
Hero botanicals include: Kafir Lime, Cassia, Lemon Myrtle and Mint.
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