Beefeater, one of the best gin in the world, created the ultra-premium gin Burrough reserve. It is a gin unlike any other, as it ages in oak barrels before being bottled. The barrels used to age Gin are barrels that were used for aging Jean de Lillet, a French aperitif produced only in exceptional years. The gin takes its name from the founder, Burrough, because it was a recipe for this gin that was already used by him. A gin for those who like to challenge conventions and explore new sensory experiences. A gin so smooth and complex, it should be drunk pure.
Color: Gin Beefeater Burrough's Reserve has a yellow light
Smell: floral and spicy vanilla nose
Flavor: The flavor is smooth and complex, with delicate notes of citrus and wood, still medium juniper flavor and delicate finish with a spicy flavor.
PREPARATION: distilled by hand in one of James Burrough's original copper stills, this gin is based on the original Beefeater recipe and then let it rest by the Lillet barrels. Each barrel is filled three times by a single batch from the Reserve.