Corner 53 Pomelo Gin
£36.45
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Corner 53 Pomelo Gin

70cl | 41% ABV | England

Initially inspired by absinthe, Corner 53 Pomelo Gin was intended to be a wormwood led tipple, but after following flavour down the rabbit hole, they ended up in a whole new world, one will with grapefruit, lemons, apples, pears and… asparagus.

Pomelo Gin is a huge, vibrant citrus explosion, though before the grapefruit has a chance to steam roll everything, that strange asparagus rears its head. Absolutely beguiling! Best served with Aromatic Tonic and a sprig of rosemary.

Key Flavours

Citrus
Fruity
Juniper
"Bright and lively, the citrus hit upfront makes this perfect G&T fodder."

About this product

To make Corner 53 Pomelo Gin, the distillery team preps a 47-litre steeping solution in the base of the still, then the botanicals – including pink peppercorn, fennel seed and wormwood – are left to steep for nine hours.

Corner 53 is the work of Tom Rudman, Jamie Williamson and Richard Cope, though the trio have got by with a little help from their friends. The team strive to make boundary pushing, conversation starting products that question what Gin really is.

Corner 53 Spirits is a distillery based on the corner of the South Downs that labels itself as a producer of New Age gins. There is no limit to what this team will put in their still – they have an endless realm of mad, brilliant and exciting ideas.

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