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    Quite a few people have said rhubarb gin is good.

    Rhubarb is one of the few foods that I donít like but I might give ita go!!!
    Im.not keen on the rhubarb and ginger gin but like the plum and vanilla with just ice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Colr View Post
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    On a recommendation, Ibought some rhubarb and ginger gin.

    Although I donít like rhubarb, this stuff is lovely!!! Like ginger Edinburgh rock!
    I'd agree with this. Tried it a few days ago
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. S View Post
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    Im.not keen on the rhubarb and ginger gin but like the plum and vanilla with just ice.
    I feel another purchase coming on. I love plums and I love vanilla. Ginís not bad either.

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    Cannae be many seats left on the trendy gin bandwagon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Cannae be many seats left on the trendy gin bandwagon.
    Hell to the yea! Climb onboard.

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    Nah, there's no way I could ever desert Bezique!

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    Just bought some of this over the weekend when Iíd had a few.

    Will try it this weekend. Eden Mill have done well out of me by sponsoring Hibs.

    https://www.edenmill.com/summer-punch-gin-c-1-p-45678
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    I got a bottle of brockmans as part of my leaving gift from work, very nice. Heading to the south west soon and there is a gin distillery in Newton Stewart that uses seaweed as part of the botanicals, sounds interesting.
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    I got a bottle of brockmans as part of my leaving gift from work, very nice. Heading to the south west soon and there is a gin distillery in Newton Stewart that uses seaweed as part of the botanicals, sounds interesting.
    As does Isle of Harris, which is v nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeMeSouviens View Post
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    As does Isle of Harris, which is v nice.
    Isle of Harris gin just took deliver of some beer from wasted degrees brewery. It is 60m from my front door. 😉
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeMeSouviens View Post
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    As does Isle of Harris, which is v nice.
    It is. Amazing bottles as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golden Fleece View Post
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    I got a bottle of brockmans as part of my leaving gift from work, very nice. Heading to the south west soon and there is a gin distillery in Newton Stewart that uses seaweed as part of the botanicals, sounds interesting.
    Brockmans is nice. My folks were over in Gibraltar and brought me a bottle back as it was dirt cheap.

    Iíve heard good things about that one from Newton Stewart, Hills & Harbour Gin.

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