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Sipsmith Gin

About the Brand

When it comes to gin, there’s one name that stands out from the crowd: Sipsmith. Born out of a passion for crafting exceptional spirits, Sipsmith Gin has captured the hearts and palates of gin enthusiasts worldwide. In this article, we will delve into what makes Sipsmith Gin so special, explore its unique characteristics, and discover the perfect cocktails to showcase its extraordinary flavours. Get ready to embark on a gin journey like no other.

Sipsmith Gin is a testament to the art of traditional gin-making. Founded in London in 2009 by Sam Galsworthy, Fairfax Hall, and Jared Brown, Sipsmith was the first copper-pot distillery to open in London in nearly 200 years. This bold venture brought back the time honoured method of small-batch distillation, ensuring the utmost quality and attention to detail in every bottle.

At the heart of Sipsmith Gin lies a carefully curated selection of botanicals, sourced from around the world. Classic ingredients such as juniper berries, coriander seeds, and angelica root form the backbone of this gin, providing a harmonious and balanced flavour profile. But what truly sets Sipsmith apart is their commitment to exploring unique botanicals and pushing the boundaries of gin-making. From the vibrant citrus notes of Seville orange peel to the delicate floral nuances of elderflower, Sipsmith Gin showcases a diverse range of flavours that will captivate gin lovers and adventurous palates alike.

Sipsmith Gin takes pride in its uncompromising commitment to quality. Each batch of Sipsmith Gin is carefully crafted in small copper-pot stills, allowing the distillers to have full control over the entire process. This hands-on approach ensures that every bottle meets the highest standards of excellence, from the selection of botanicals to the distillation and bottling. The result is a gin that is smooth, refined, and bursting with flavor.

After the individual distillation process, the ingredients are thoughtfully blended together to create a symphony of flavours. This blend is then aged in French oak barrels, allowing the spirits to harmonise and develop further complexity. The aging process imparts a rich and smooth character to Cadello 88, enhancing its already exceptional taste.

When you take your first sip of Cadello 88, get ready to be transported to a world of indulgence. Its long finish reveals a captivating array of flavours, including notes of coffee, chocolate, cocoa, star anise, and vanilla. Delicate hints of hazelnut, mint, caramel, and toffee dance on your palate, creating a truly mesmerising taste experience.

Signature Sipsmith Cocktails

Now that we’ve explored what makes Sipsmith Gin so exceptional, let’s discover the perfect cocktails to showcase its unique characteristics. Whether you prefer a classic gin and tonic or a more adventurous creation, Sipsmith Gin has you covered. Here are a few cocktail suggestions to ignite your mixology journey:

  1. Sipsmith Classic G&T: Start with a highball glass filled with ice. Pour 50ml of Sipsmith Gin over the ice, followed by 150ml of premium tonic water. Garnish with a slice of fresh lime or a sprig of fragrant rosemary. Sit back, sip, and savour the timeless elegance of this refreshing concoction.

  2. Sipsmith Negroni: In a mixing glass, combine equal parts Sipsmith Gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth. Add ice and stir gently until well-chilled. Strain into a rocks glass filled with ice and garnish with an orange twist. This sophisticated cocktail showcases the rich and complex flavours of Sipsmith Gin, balanced perfectly with the bitter sweetness of Campari.

  3. Sipsmith Bramble: In a shaker, muddle a handful of fresh blackberries with a dash of lemon juice. Add 50ml of Sipsmith Gin, 25ml of blackberry liqueur, and a teaspoon of simple syrup. Fill the shaker with ice and shake vigorously. Strain into a rocks glass filled with crushed ice and garnish with a blackberry and a sprig of mint. The Sipsmith Bramble is a delightful combination of fruity sweetness and botanical complexity.