A soft and refined standout. Bright, citrusy aroma. This supersilky gin has a big licorice and juniper twang and a slight quinine flavor - in other words, it cries out for tonic water. The sweet, lingering finish evokes pink peppercorns, citrus peel and white wildflowers.
Citadelle Gin has a delicate and fragrant nose of fresh flowers, jasmine, honeysuckle and cinnamon. After a few moments, stronger, more herbaceous aromas of anise, grains of paradise and cinnamon develop in a most remarkable way. The appetizing bouquet is reminiscent of gardens in springtime. On the palate, juniper gives way to a voluptuous complexity redolent of fresh flowers, leading into an elegant, round and highly refined finish.
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My go to for tailgate season and going out in general. It was pretty affordable and came with a T-shirt at my local ABC store. Really great for gin buckets! I personally cannot drink it straight but tastes amazing with most mixers.
For $24-25, it gets the job done, that's for sure! I was a bit surprised by the price because it tastes just like the cheap $10 kind. To me, it is a little tiny bit sharper than what I was expecting, but it was my first time trying it! All in all, I would try again. Maybe if I have a coupon.
My absolute favorite gin! It makes the perfect French 75. I love the floral notes to it, and the bottle is absolutely gorgeous!
Gin and tonics are brought to a whole new level with Citadelle Gin, with a mild and not overwhelming Juniper presence.
This gin is herbal, flavourful, crisp and fresh. I always keep it in my bar to mix with soda water and lime. And the bottle is pretty! I highly recommend this gin as an affordable ($30-$35), quality option.
One of my favourite night out drink. It has very strong taste but I like it. Its been few years but It already has a special spot in my house:)
This is a good gin. It’s not as complex as some, but it mixes well in a cocktail as a well as tonic.
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