The nose was predominantly of spicy coriander, citrus and juniper.
To taste, it was initially smooth, before some sweeter citrus notes came through; there was juniper on the finish and a slightly floral tingling on the tongue right at the end.
#2 Gin & Tonic
This was a very classic style, with strong notes of juniper and citrus. There were little sweet hints, reminiscent of Refreshers sweets, which were quite pleasant. In addition to this, there was some coriander, angelica and more juniper on the finish.
Strong crisp and flavourful. Juniper with some floral cremay notes. Quite intense flavour with a bitter dry note on the finish.
Rather classic, this cocktail was slightly dry with a good bitter-sweet balance. A good standard.
#5 Pink Gin
Textbook, strong juniper with some spicy citrus, coriander and warm cinnamon and nutmeg.
Brecon Gin despite not technically being a London Dry Gin has the rather classic flavour profile of one and you could argue that it is the taste that really matters. My favourite drink was the Gin & Tonic.