King of Soho Gin Bottling Note
This gin is King of the World! Or, at least, it's the King of Soho, which is just as good, as Soho encompasses almost every aspect of the world in a much smaller area. Art, music, culture and now, gin! (Those are the only things in the world, right?)
King of Soho is made in the heart of London by Howard Raymond, son of Paul Raymond, the property tycoon who helped revolutionise Soho and make it the wonderful centre for culture it is today. The gin is made with 12 botanicals that give it a full-bodied and fresh flavour profile.
King of Soho Martini recipe
- 50ml King of Soho London Dry
- 10ml Dry vermouth
Stir over ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
Garnish with an olive or a lemon twist.
Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt
Nose: It pops with juniper, pine and herbal coriander.
Palate: Bright citrus, the grapefruit peel giving it a unique sweetness. Hints of spice lurk around behind it.
Finish: Liquorice lasts on the finish.
Overall: Very tasty, should add a lovely twist to gin cocktails.