Beefeater Burrough’s Reserve

Beefeater Burrough’s Reserve

Based on a recipe developed by Beefeater founder James Burrough in the 1860s, Burrough’s Reserve is hand crafted using the distiller’s original copper ‘Still Number 12’, which has a small capacity of 268 litres. Current master distiller Desmond Payne has recreated the Gin from Burrough’s original recipe to create a Gin with a pale gold appearance and slight oaky character. Burrough’s Reserve is rested in Jean De Lillet barrels made of French Oak which is said to impart “sweeter,” smoother and more “creamy” notes, with long lasting floral notes. A Gin to be sipped neat while thinking of present and future journeys.

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Juniper, orris root, liquorice root, angelica seed, angelica root, coriander seed, almond, Seville orange peel.