Nolets Silver Dry Gin

The Schtick: Ginvitational Day 34! Todays gin review features a gin that has been long requested by readers – Nolet’s Dry Silver Gin. Produced at Nolet, where distillation has been underway since 1691, this gin is quite popular. A fun fact about Nolets: in 1983, they also started producing Ketel One vodka. But, we’re here to drink gin, so let’s get back on track. Let’s dive in.

Review #1686 | Gin Review #62

Distiller: Nolets

Bottler: Nolets

Brand: Nolets

Selection:

ABV: 47.6% ABV

Age: NA


Nose: Sweet, lots of juniper character, along with cream and sugar, hint of pepper, some melon and a really nice cardamon and floral note.

Taste: Sweet on the palate initially. Oooh it is fruity and interesting. Juniper hits first, along with apple, pear, carious stone fruit, a tiny bit of peach and honey dew. Cardamon on the back palate with some lovely cracked pepper.

Finish: Long finish. Roasty and botanical forward. Loads of pepper, lavender, coriander and orange peel here.

Overall: Diverse, complex, really quite enjoyable. Big fan of this one, and it makes one heck of a Gin & Tonic.

Thanks for reading!

Rank: 7


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