RIGHT Gin Tasting Notes

This is the gin that got me back. I’ve never been a lover of gin but I first tried RIGHT way back at the Restaurant Show in 2009 when it was under the portfolio of Cellar Trends. And WOW. I don’t know whether it’s me and my sweet tooth but RIGHT gin doesn’t seem to give you a dryness that has always put me off the category. It’s filtered 5 times from corn all the way from the USA and then given the mix of 8 botanicals including juniper, coriander, bergamot, lime and bitter orange.

RIGHT Gin

So with this in mind, the aroma of a soft mix of all 8 botanicals is present, with the coriander poking its way through as the more dominant flavour. On taste, the bitter orange powers through, with the citrus lemon refreshing your palate as black pepper notes lead you to a sweet after-taste that lingers, and begs you to have more.

RIGHT gin is a classic on its own or over ice, but shouldn’t be discounted from being used in cocktails such as Tom Collins or Mojito, and is a great addition to a Martini. Priced at around £35, its in the league of the premium gins and should be rubbing shoulders with Chase Williams, Tanqueray 10, G’Vine or Martin Millers Westbourne on any back bar.

This is a spectacular gin, and will be the first addition to my own bar.

Purchase a bottle here – http://www.thedrinkshop.com/products/nlpdetail.php?prodid=4927

Check out RIGHT website here – http://www.rightgin.com/

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2 Replies to “RIGHT Gin Tasting Notes”

  1. The black sarawack pepper kickback to the citrus front mouth is a phenomenal experience. You can literally pull any of the flavors through a mixed cocktail, giving this gin an exceptional versatility. Its distinctive and definite expression of all 8 distilled botanicals can’t help but alter your perception. Cheers!!

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