Triple Point Gin - Review & Tasting Notes
About Triple Point Gin
Triple Point Gin is produced at the Ginomics Distillery in Kennington, South London. Rather than using a traditional copper still, the Ginomics team uses a 'Rotovap' which reduces the pressure of the base spirit and therefore also the temperature of the boiling point, enabling distillation at lower temperatures. These are more common features of science laboratories and are becoming increasingly popular choices for distillers.
The Gin Guide Review
Triple Point Gin brings together diverse botanicals with real depth of flavour. It is aromatic on the nose with savoury notes, juniper, pine, and floral chamomile all standing out. Alongside a core of classic gin botanicals, the botanicals tussle for attention, with floral, rooty and herbaceous notes combining with lemon, anise and subtly sweet notes. This continues through the finish as a pleasant herbal undertone develops and cardamom emerges well. Ideal served as a gin and tonic with a garnish of lemon or star anise.
Triple Point Gin
Light & aromatic, with chamomile,
herbaceous & piney notes
Juniper, roots, floral notes & soft spice,
with coriander seeds, lemon & anise
Lingering finish with cardamom
& a herbal undertone