Named after Martin Miller's original base in Westbourne Grove, West London, Martin Miller's Westbourne Strength Gin is made in exactly the same way as Martin Miller's Gin. Same botanicals, same spirit, same pot still methods. The major difference is that it is bottled at the much higher 45.2% abv. At this strength the taste profile veers towards the more classic London Dry style with lots of delicious juniper, spice and citrus flavours.
Its more traditional character means that Westbourne Strength is perfect in classic cocktails like the Negroni where a more obvious juniper hit is required. Exceptionally smooth on the palate, it's lightly spicy with floral aromas of parma violet and clean juniper notes.
Wine EnthusiastThis gin has a soft feel and English-garden aroma reminiscent of cucumber and fresh-cut flowers (iris is one of the botanicals). On the tongue, look for cucumber and juniper, and a sweet and slightly floral finish. Drink this gin in a tall glass garnished with cucumber slices, preferably while relaxing in a porch swing.