Bathtub Gin Grapefruit and Rosemary
This new expression uses the same recipe as the original Bathtub Gin including juniper, coriander, cassia bark, orange peel, cloves and cardamom, but is now infused and blended with grapefruit and rosemary, before bottling at 43.3% ABV.
Like the original, it’s a great all-rounder but it particularly shines in a Gin and Tonic, garnished, naturally, with a slice of grapefruit and sprig of rosemary.
Warm yourself with familiar notes of juniper followed by citrus-y tones and floral wafts of rosemary.
See below for our recommended pairing.
Bottle Size: 70
Botanicals: Juniper, Coriander, Cassia Bark, Orange Peel, Clove, Cardamom, Grapefruit and Rosemary
Discover the all familiar Bathtub Gin, now with spectacular zesty grapefruit and earthy rosemary.
Why is it called Bathtub Gin we hear you ask? Rather than distilling the botanicals as with a London Dry Gin, fruits and spices are steeped in neutral grain spirit in a process known as cold compounding.
This is roughly how bootleg gin was made in the bath during Prohibition in America, though not with such refined results.
Pair with a Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic and garnish with a slice of grapefruit.