Jodhpur Gin Reserve has always been conceived as a London Dry Gin through which all the distillate is obtained from the macerates of aromatic plants. The ingredients for this first aromatic stage in this gin feature, among other aromatic plants, the following: angelica from Saxony and Belgium, bitter almond, coriander from Bulgaria and Morocco, cassia bark, juniper berries, lemon skin, liquorice root, orris root, orange peel, grapefruit skin, ginger, among others.
The second range of aromatic nuances comes from the patient art of maturing. In this stage the aromatic distillates react with the components of the American white oak barrels used for their maturing. These barrels once contained Jerez-type brandy.
Suggestions for drinking: neat chilled or with ice. As a shot with one or two coffee grains.
- Colour: light amber, with a coppery edge, clean and sharp base, transparent and translucent.
- Aroma: very aromatic, elegant and fine on the nose, with delicate and surrounding notes of wild berries such as juniper and also with fine reminiscences of resin and oak wood very well transformed over time.
- Flavour: very smooth and unctuous in the mouth. It possesses a slight touch of caramel, a very fine touch of wood and vanilla, rounded off by some roasted notes befitting the ageing.
- Sensation on swallowing: the end is dry, very aromatic with extensive balsamic reminiscences. Very long, it remains for some time on the palate and balances the wood, vanilla and toasted almonds very well.