Is Martin Miller a good gin?
Fresh citrus is at the fore of the palate, with juniper not far behind. There’s a sweetness from the liquorice root there too, with a warming and highly smooth finish. Given the nature of its 10 botanicals, Martin Miller’s is incredibly versatile as a gin and tonic and can be taken in numerous directions.
What do you serve Martin Miller gin with?
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|Palate:||The slight liquorice sweetness enhances the citrus and spiced sensations|
|Finish:||Long and fresh feeling with lemon notes|
|Serve:||Serve chilled over large ice cubes. Gin and Tonic with Lime wheel|
Where is Martin Millers gin made?
The creation of Martin Miller, publisher of the famous Miller’s Antique Price Guides, Martin Miller’s Gin embodies a passion for the best. It is made at the Langley Distillery in the Black Country using traditional methods and craftsmanship.
What type of gin is Martin Millers?
Martin Miller’s gin is distilled in pot stills and shipped to Iceland, where it is mixed with Icelandic spring water. It is flavoured with Tuscan juniper, cassia bark, angelica, Florentine orris, coriander, Seville citrus peel, nutmeg, cinnamon and liquorice root.
What fruit goes with Martin Miller gin?
Martin Miller’s Gin and Aromatic Tonic Water Candied citrus peel combined with the longevity of lemon drops creates a fresh, aromatic earthiness.
How do you serve Martin Miller gin?
- Fill a glass with plenty of ice.
- Pour 50ml of Martin Millers Gin.
- Quarter a strawberry and add to the glass.
- Top up with your preferred tonic to taste.
Who owns Martin Millers Gin?
Spain’s Zamora Company, which owns brands including Licor 43 and Ramón Bilbao, has acquired a majority stake in Martin Miller’s gin, continuing a streak of purchases in recent months that has included polka-dotted sangria brand Lolea, US whiskey Yellow Rose and Villa Massa Limoncello.
What fruit goes with Martin Millers Gin?
- 50ml Martin Millers Gin.
- Premium elderflower or classic tonic.
- 1 quartered strawberry.
- Cracked black pepper.