Edinburgh Gin Rhubarb and Ginger Liqueur, 50 cl @ Amazon - £16.65 Prime / £21.40 non-Prime
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Edinburgh Gin Rhubarb and Ginger Liqueur, 50 cl @ Amazon - £16.65 Prime / £21.40 non-Prime

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Found 22nd Oct 2017
Amazing price, fantastic GIn - Highly recommend
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Only tasted this gin last weekend and have been meaning to order a bottle. Thanks
It’s £18 in asda if you don’t have prime... I hear it’s amazing! Goes down too quick though x
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marlee42 s ago

It’s £18 in asda if you don’t have prime... I hear it’s amazing! Goes down …It’s £18 in asda if you don’t have prime... I hear it’s amazing! Goes down too quick though x


I don't understand how I ever lived without PRIME.
Good price but just bear in mind it isn't really gin, it's about half as strong and very sweet - the gin could be any neutral spirit really, it's about whether you like the flavouring or not rather than whether you're a gin fan. I got one and personally it's not one of my favourites.

That said, if you like it, this is a really hot price.
Tried this when I did a tour at the Edinburgh Gin Distillery, and really wasn't expecting to like it but absolutely loved it. Very easy to drink. Have a bottle already otherwise I'd be all over this, heat added
Heat added for the price if it's your cup of tea but got a bottle on recommendations when it was on offer before and didn't like it at all. I love gin, rhubarb and ginger but have decided now that I definitely prefer my gin to taste of gin and not much else!
Bought this for the father-in-law. Tried a bit, didn't like it and it's only 20%vol and only a 50cl bottle.
Too expensive even at this price imo.
Warner Edwards Rhubarb gin is far better. Costs more mind!
Anyone tried the Whitley Neill rhubarb?
That's still around the 40% mark so a gin rather than a gin based liquer
Like anything, this is going to be subjective.

However, as a gin lover, I naively ordered this with some excitement. Unfortunately, as other posters have mentioned, it's not really like any other gin, and is *extremely* sweet. We bought 2 bottles, and after having tried it once, they are now both sitting on the shelf unlikely to be used any time soon :-(
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