Cambridge Japanese Gin
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Cambridge Japanese Gin

70cl | 42% ABV | England

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Made in Cambridge, Japanese Gin may not live up to its title in the truest sense, but it's certainly inspired by the far flung country. Using shiso, sansho and yuzu flickering up out of the bottle, it is super fresh, with a lovely umami note.

When it launched in 2014, Japanese Gin was a totally unique endeavour and was quickly celebrated for its exquisite, light touch of flavours. We’d lean into the savoury tone and serve it in a Basil Smash, but it works well in a G&T with grated ginger.

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About this product

To make Japanese Gin, Cambridge Distillery takes its six botanicals – juniper, shiso, sesame, cucumber, sansho and yuzu – and distils them separately, under vacuum. The cold temperature keeps all of the flavours fresh and lively.

Cambridge Distillery was founded by William and Lucy Lowe. They are a pair of science minded distillers who sought to embrace the world of modern distilling – challenging the status quo by prepping fresh, vibrant gins.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Cambridge Distillery hails from the name-sake city but just as the ideas that echo around the university campus' - the gins that come from the team are more globally minded. Ant filled gin, anyone?

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