A clean and crisp gin with a dry finish. This is a great gin to sip on neat or use with sparkling water or a mixer. Beefeater Gin contains nine different botanicals: juniper, angelica root, angelica seeds, coriander seeds, liquorice, almonds, orris root, seville oranges, and lemon peel. While the herbs included in the gin are high in salicylates, the amount used is small, that many folks don't have any issues with it.
I used to drink Bombay Sapphire and Sapphire East, but I've found that the botanicals are now overwhelming and prefer to drink Beefeaters or Tangueray . This is my absolute favorite and I sip it warm and neat without adding anything to it. Between Beefeaters and Tangueray, I am always certain I'll be able to find these at a restaurant when dining out with friends.
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