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Review: Bently Heritage Juniper Grove Atrium Gin

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Do you want flowers? Have I received a gin for you!

Atrium Gin — certainly one of three gins from Nevada’s Bently Heritage — is made with 10 botanicals. At first blush, the whole lot appears pretty simple and conventional, the botanicals together with juniper, lavender, orris root, chamomile, cardamom, grapefruit zest, angelica, gentian, lemon balm, and orange peel. Of these, solely lavender and chamomile leap out at you — and in brief order we’ll see that they do much more so on the palate.

The nostril is instantly perfumed and floral, lavender stealing the present instantly albeit with a light-weight fringe of citrus evident. Numerous linen notes fill the glass, by no means dissipating over time. The palate doubles down, providing a flowery character that just about comes throughout as soapy and laundry-room-like, with each lavender and chamomile making a huge impact. Once more, this flowery character by no means actually fades in any respect, fully overwhelming the opposite traits of the gin. Citrus and even juniper are relative no-shows in opposition to the floral onslaught, leaving room for only a trace of herbaceousness, possibly pushed by the cardamom and gentian, on the end.

This gin didn’t a lot resonate with me, however followers of closely floral spirits — and I do know you’re on the market — might really feel in a different way.

92 proof.

B- / $49 / bentlyheritage.com

Bently Heritage Juniper Grove Atrium Gin

$49

Ranking


7.0/10

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