You'll like this if:
You like musky floral tones in your gin with a hint of spice on the finish.
Singapore's first gin definitely has a smooth and creamy mouthfeel with slight herbaceous notes developing into a slight sweetness at the back before it finishes with a hint of spicy pepper (but not overly so). Alongside the usual suspects of juniper, coriander seed and liquorice, Tanglin also uses Asian ingredients like dried orchid stems, Java pepper and amchur (made from dried green mangoes). It also uses whole Indian vanilla beans, which is what adds to that creaminess.
Comes ready gift boxed.
700ml 42% ABV
Drink this in:
A G&T with a stick of cinnamon and slice of fresh orange to garnish. Or a dry Martini.