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Complex & full-flavoured

A gin with a perfect balance of juniper & brighter citrus notes

Martin Miller's is blended to bottling strength using Icelandic Spring water

Martin Miller's Westbourne Gin (700ml)

$87.34p/Btl
Awarded Double Gold Medal
Martin Miller's Westbourne Gin (700ml)

Martin Miller's Westbourne Gin (700ml)

An old school authenticity to the classic cocktails as well inspiring them to create more complex, full-flavoured cocktail inventions...
$87.34p/Btl

Accolades

Awarded Double Gold Medal

New Zealand Spirits Awards 2019

Description

Launched in 2003 due to the rise of mixology with the U.S bar community, Westbourne has won multiple prestigious awards including world's best gin and best contemporary style gin. Martin Miller's Westbourne was a response to requests by mixologists for a high strength version of Martin Miller's gin that would give a more old school authenticity to the classic cocktails as well inspiring them to create more complex, full-flavoured cocktail inventions.

As with Martin Miller's gins Westbourne uses traditional techniques, taking only the heart of the spirit, and employs two separate distillations. The results in a gin with a perfect balance of juniper and brighter citrus notes.

Martin Miller's is blended to bottling strength using Icelandic Spring water. It is the urest water in the world and requires no processing or demineralisation, resulting in the brand's soft bouquet and mouthfeel.

Martin Miller's has lead the gin renaissance since 1999 and in that time has been consistently acclaimed by jugeds and rinks writers and journalists alike. Golds include those awarded by the IWSC, the San Francisco Spirits Challenge and the ISC. It remains the highest scoring gin by the BTI in the U.S with 97 points.

 

 

 

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