Aug 31, 2015

Nolet’s Silver Dry Gin Steers Away from The Traditional

Produced in one of the oldest distilleries in the Netherlands,...


Produced in one of the oldest distilleries in the Netherlands, Nolet’s Gin is a being considered the “new face” of Gin. Made by the Nolet family (mainly known for Ketel One), Nolet’s Silver Dry Gin offers a new take on gin by steering away from the traditional approach.

What most people will experience when tasting gin is the juniper. However, when it comes down to Nolet’s, the mild spices lets you know there is some juniper it in, but it almost goes unnoticed. Similar to what Hendricks Gin did with cucumber, Nolet’s incorporates three core ingredients: rose, peaches and raspberries. If you raised your eyebrows to this, you are not alone. We raised our eyebrows as well once we discovered this unique recipe, but these ingredients together offer a more intricate and smoother taste that leaves you wanting more.

At 48% alcohol volume you would think this gin be warmer when served neat, in actuality because of its combination of berries, stone fruit and aromas, Nolet’s Sliver Gin is one of the smoothest gins on the market we’ve tasted so far.





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Shemoi Gidden // @Shemoi

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