Silent Pool launches new rare citrus gin

PUBLISHED: 07:46 25 September 2020 | UPDATED: 11:14 25 September 2020

The new gin from SIlent Pool is made from some of the world's most rare citrus varieties. Image: Silent Pool Gin

The new gin from SIlent Pool is made from some of the world's most rare citrus varieties. Image: Silent Pool Gin

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The unique and complex gin is crafted from some of the world’s rarest citrus varieties

The distillers behind the award-winning Silent Pool Gin have released an exciting new gin with a citrus twist.

Rare Citrus Gin is a unique and complex spirit crafted from some of the world’s rarest citrus varieties including Hirado Buntan, Natsu Dai Dai, Buddha’s Hand and Green Seville Orange which have been sourced from world renowned citrus collectors on the Alentejo coast in Portugal.

Distilled using Silent Pool Gin’s unique four-tiered process to create an exceptionally high-quality, clear spirit, free of artificial flavourings and unprocessed ingredients, the resulting gin is zesty and vibrant with floral citrus and exotic fruit aromas leading into sweet notes of honey and melon, with juniper marrying the flavours together.

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The bottle features a unique wrap, detailing the botanicals and citrus fruits in the same style as the brand’s core gin, now in a vibrant burnt orange shade.

“At the beginning of 2020 we predicted that citrus gins would be a trend within the premium drinks category and we’re delighted to introduce our Rare Citrus Gin to the market and to the Silent Pool family,” says Ian McCulloch, co-founder of Silent Pool Gin. “This is not a flavoured gin; but rather a masterfully blended spirit that is both aromatic and unique in taste”.

Silent Pool Rare Citrus Gin comes after the release of the popular Silent Pool Rose Expression Gin, which launched earlier this year, and will be sold initially via silentpooldistillers.com for £37 per 70cl, with more stockists to follow.

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