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Crossbill Highland Dry Gin 70 cl
- Dry Gin features a very simple botanical selection like juniper berries and rosehip
- With bundles of fresh pine notes
- Slightly fruity rosehip touches
- Help it get at the seeds of conifer cones
- Made with a plethora of botanicals
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Crossbill highland dry gin features a very simple botanical selection Scottish juniper berries and rosehip. Gins are made with a plethora of botanicals, it's nice to see some distillers keeping it going the opposite route and making a tasty gin with fewer botanicals. As you can probably guess, crossbill is juniper forward with bundles of fresh pine notes, kept in check by the sweeter, slightly fruity rosehip touches. Crossbill highland dry gin named after the Scottish crossbill, a small bird which has an unusually shaped beak to help it get at the seeds of conifer cones.