The West Winds The Sabre Gin is a premium gin from Australia. It is made using a traditional London dry gin recipe, and is distilled in small batches using only the finest ingredients. The result is a smooth and well-balanced gin with a complex flavor profile that includes juniper, citrus, and floral notes.
The West Winds The Sabre Gin has a long and rich history. It was first distilled in the early 1800s by Captain Henry William Johnson, who was inspired by the British Royal Navy's "Blue Peter" flag. The gin quickly gained popularity among sailors and was soon being exported to all corners of the globe. Today, The West Winds The Sabre Gin is still made using Captain Johnson's original recipe, and is enjoyed by gin lovers all over the world.
The Sabre Gin is made with Australian wheat and barley, and is distilled in traditional pot stills. The gin has a citrusy flavor with juniper and coriander notes. It is perfect for cocktails or enjoyed on its own.
The West Winds was founded in 2011 by two friends who shared a passion for great food and drink. The company is based in Perth, Western Australia. The West Winds gins are inspired by the classic styles of gin produced in London during the 18th and 19th centuries.
The Sabre Gin is named after the type of sword used by the British navy during the Napoleonic Wars. The bottle design is inspired by the vintage gin bottles of the era.
The Sabre Gin is perfect for cocktails such as a Martini or Negroni. It can also be enjoyed on its own, over ice or with tonic water.
The West Winds The Sabre Gin 700ml is a delicious premium gin that is perfect for any occasion.
Type: Gin / Australian Gin
Awards: Bronze - Australian Distilled Spirits Awards 2021 2021 World Gin Awards - Best Australian London Dry Gin, 3x Gold Medals: Gold & Champion Gin - Australian Distilled Spirits Awards 2015 Gold Medal - San Francisco Spirits Competition 2011 2021 World Gin Awards - Best Australian London Dry Gin
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