Part of a trio of “culinary-inspired” gins, this is clear in the glass, with hints of rye bread-like caraway, rosewater and black pepper on the nose and palate. It reads more as peppery-spicy than smoky, but it's definitely a daring spin for the often-genteel gin category.
This Gin for the win!
Totally blew my mind! I thought the profile would be too aggressive but it was harmonious and beautifully balanced. Everything plays so well together. Smoked Nergonis anyone?