Filliers’ Dry Gin 28 is named after both the year it was first produced (1928) and the number of botanicals used (28). Made only in small batches, this can be used to make a mean Tom Collins.
The entry is more frank with a combination of sweet oranges, lime, angelica and pepper. A light spicy veil then appears with a hoppy bitterness, all in moderation. A freshness (mint, fresh ginger herbs) is then clearly perceptible. It has evolved into a more herbaceous and dry gin.