Poetic License Northern Dry Gin and Tonic Review

Poetic License Northern Dry Gin and Tonic Review
Buy the Products;
Poetic License Northern Dry; https://stblive.uk/poeticnortherndry
Drinkstuff; https://stblive.uk/Drinkstuff
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Mezclar Precisio Measure; https://stblive.uk/precisio
Glass; https://stblive.uk/crv
Franklin & Sons Pink Grapefruit Tonic; https://stblive.uk/franklin
Double Dutch Tonic; https://stblive.uk/DoubleDutch

WHAT IS THE BEST GIN?
In this video, I’m gonna be talking about a Poetic License Northern Dry Gin from Sunderland, I’m gonna be giving it a quick review, telling you what it tastes like, how it’s made and then right at the end of the video, I’m gonna give you not only my preferred tonic serve, but also a great simple Gin and Tonic Cocktail serve.

QUESTION OF THE VIDEO…
How much did the last Gin & Tonic you bought in a Pub or Bar cost?!
What was the brand?
And was it a single or double?
LET ME KNOW IN THE COMMENTS BELOW

OUT POETIC LICENSE NORTHERN DRY GIN
The gin is 43.2% ABV and costs roughly £35 on Amazon. Link above. Poetic License Gin is based in Sunderland in the north east of England.

BOTANICALS IN NORTHERN DRY GIN
There are 13 Botanicals in the Northern Dry Gin. Although Poetic License are a bit secretive about the actual botanicals. They tell you 4 of them…being Juniper, Cardamom, Pepper and Citrus.

HOW ITS MADE
The Botanicals are hand crushed then macerated in Poetic License’s neutral spirit before Gracie, the 500l copper pot still is fired up in to action. And while some distilleries will just collect all the vapour coming off the still and turn it into Gin, Poetic License only collect the Heart of the Liquid…the very best of the Liquid.

AROMA & TASTE
As you may guess, You get a punchy hit of juniper and cardamom, with a little citrus in the back. Then on the taste, you get this creamy richness with a lingering citrus finish.
It’s an exceptionally smooth Gin, perfect for a Classic Gin & Tonic, Martini…or a Negroni.

WHAT IS THE BEST TONIC WATER WITH THIS GIN
My Preferred Tonic Water serve with the Gin is Double Dutch Indian Tonic water.
And my alternative Tonic is Franklin & Sons Pink Grapefruit and Bergamot.

WHAT CAN I MIX WITH GIN INSTEAD OF TONIC?
And if you don’t like the Tonic Water, then I can highly recommend

GIN AND TONIC COCKTAIL RECIPE
50ml Poetic License Northern Dry Gin
150ml Double Dutch Indian Tonic water
1 slice of Pink Grapefruit

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Comments

alex jones says:

Paid £8.50 for a single Bedrock gin export strength and tonic in the hotel restaurant I work in, I live in Somerset so rarely a g+t is more than £7-10 but towards London or the high end city bars this could easily be sold for £12.

jordan windmill says:

Double monkey gin and tonic about £12.00 suppose not terrible

Steve the Barman says:

At the time of Publishing, Poetic License have just informed me they have rebranded their “Picnic Gin”. From this point forward, it shall be known purely as “Strawberries & Cream”. Same delicious liquid, more obvious name. Go get some! StB x

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