Pickering's Navy Strength Gin 700ml

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PICKNGIN00 UCNZ
  • A multi-award winning gin, handcrafted in Edinburgh.
  • Extra strength, enhancing the sweeter botanicals.
  • Smooth, clean and powerful.
  • 1 or more bottles
    $94.99
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A multi-award winning gin, handcrafted at Summerhall Distillery – the first exclusive gin distillery to be established in Edinburgh for over 150 years. Initial juniper and aromatic spice flavours lead to a delicious sweetness. Bottled at 57.1% for that extra strength, enhancing the sweeter botanicals such as cardamom, anise and fennel. Smooth, clean and powerful.

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  • Dessert

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Scotland

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