A full-bodied gin named after the Peaky Blinders, a street gang from the late 19th/early 20th Century (a popular TV show was based on the gang recently, with the chap from that not-zombie movie playing the starring role). A particularly punchy expression
Botanical: 9 botanicals
Tasting notes: Ripe orange, oak-y cassia and perhaps even a hint of coffee bean. Palate: Ginger and black pepper make for a spicy opening, though well balanced by ample helpings of fresh citrus. Finish: Oily juniper and a hint of eucalyptus.