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Mombasa Club (Gin)

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  • Gin Mombasa Club

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    • 4 /5
    A traditional London Dry gin that was inspired by the time of the British empire. Mombasa Club gin is distilled four times and contains a number of botanicals such as angelica root, coriander, & cassia bark these botanicals give the gin a nice spicy edge that will liven up any Gin and Tonic.
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  • The Mombasa Dry Gin is one of my favorite beers

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    • 4 /5
  • Gin Mombasa Club

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    • 4 /5
    Gin Mombasa Premium Club is a Gin, London Dry type 41, 5% alc . /vol. Obtained by quadruple distillation, in the traditional system . The botanical batches used are juniper, orange, lemon, coriander, licorice, cinnamon, cassia, nutmeg, angelica, clove and caraway . It very recent gin, although...
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  • Gin Mombasa Club

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    • 4 /5
    This gin is a recipe for more than a century old. An English gin and for the English gin to take in Africa but without any kind of Africa. This is a Premium Gin, London Dry type obtained by traditional distillation quadruple. Its traditional formula does not find any very exotic but normal...
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  • Gin Mombasa Club

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    • 4 /5
    Mombasa Club is a brand new Premium Gin, London Dry, although its formula dates back to the late nineteenth century when it was distilled in London and was exported to Zanzibar, the club that gin has acquired the name.
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  • Gin Mombasa Club

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    • 4 /5
    Alcohol: 44, 0
    Country: United Kingdom
    Contents: 0, 70 l
    Mombasa Club distillate with the traditional method using neutral alcohol, previously distilled four times
    and a selection of natural ingredients. Appearance clear, brilliant, crystal. In the nose, they are enhanced shades
    essences more...
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  • Gin Mombasa Club

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    • 4 /5
    - Tasting notes: Clean, bright, clear. Nose, they uncover the subtlety of the most exotic botanicals; angelica root, cassia bark, coriander seed. Enveloped by slightly spicy aromas of cloves, cumin and marked with a background of berries very noticeable and persistent juniper. The palate has a...
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