Dark Cherry Gin

Where is the star that lit my skies?

500ml: £28
100ml: £6
40% vol

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This is a proper full strength 40% gin. It is not a liqueur.

We start by distilling a dry gin created specifically for this spirit.

After distillation, we infuse the dry gin with real dark sweet and Morello cherries.

No artificial flavours, colours or sugar is added.

There is a degree of sweetness. But the sugar content is much lower than supermarket flavoured gins.

Fruit ratios
Dark sweet cherry: 50%
Morello cherry: 50%

Batches #17 and #20 contains twice the amount of cherry flavour as previous batches.
All stock on Amazon is batch #17 onwards from March 1st 2021.

Product Sugar
Tameside Dark Cherry Gin 16 grams per litre
Gordon’s Premium Pink Gin 68 grams per litre
Warner’s Rhubarb Gin 92 grams per litre
Whitley Neill Raspberry Gin 93 grams per litre

Recommended Mixers

Lemonade works with this. For tonic, use a light tonic.

  • Fever Tree Sicilian Lemonade
  • Fever Tree Premium Lemonade
  • Fever Tree Light Indian Tonic Water
  • Merchant’s Heart Light Tonic Water

Garnish

A slice of fresh lemon or a maraschino cherry.


Recommended Cocktail

Cherry Cooler

  • 45ml Dark Cherry gin
  • 10ml cherry sugar syrup or maraschino liqueur
  • 2 slices of lime
  • Squeeze of lime
  • Lemonade (or soda water if you prefer something less sweet) to top

Add everything to a tumbler or highball glass filled with ice.
Top with lemonade or soda water.
Garnish with fresh or maraschino cherries.
Optionally garnish with a sprig of mint as well.


Profile

Juniper
Citrus
Spice
Herbal
Floral
Fruit

Ingredients

Base

Juniper berries

Coriander seeds

Angelica root

Orris root

Citrus

Lemon

Orange (bitter)

Spices

Cassia

Cardamom (green)

Cubebs

Pepper

Black peppercorns

Herbs

Basil

Lemongrass

Thyme

Fruit

Dark sweet cherries *

Morello sour cherries *

 

* These ingredients were infused into the gin after distillation.
All other ingredients are used during distillation only.
No allergens are carried over during the distillation process.
Link: efsa.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.2903/j.efsa.2007.484