Distilled in small batches, Sing Gin blends 7 botanicals, among which Juniper, mint, orange peel and flax are at the fore. Flax is especially dear to Sing Gin for being a historic Yorkshire crop, and the distillery grow the flax themselves. Rather than using whole botanicals, Sing Gin crush theirs by hand with a large mortar and pestle. Extracting the oils in this way helps Sing Gin achieve it's signature strength of flavour and aroma.
Sing Gin uses a grape-based spirit rather than grain, delivering an interesting silky smoothness. Grape was actually an ingredient in the world’s very first juniper spirits back in the 13th century, so it’s a nice nod to tradition.
On the nose, Sing Gin has pronounced juniper followed by slight sweet and citrus notes with a hint of spice and floral after-tones. On the palate, Sing has lots of juniper balanced with slight sweet notes and a long finish, leaving a subtly pleasurable tingle on the edges of the tongue.