Osmoz gin has two flavours that you need to try at least once

The team behind Osmoz gin, being cognac winegrowers and craftsmen, have innovation at the heart of their thinking. Their background motivates them to explore new aspects of gin to intensify and flavour their gin cocktails. 

The nose of Osmoz Classic is traditional; the distinctive note of juniper is very expressive and full of delicateness. An herbal hint provided by coriander brings freshness. Balsamic and resinous aromatic notes remind of fir tree bud.

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This gin is very complex and develops on fruity citrus notes, even on fresh apricot with a taste of slight orange. The finish ends with notes of fresh humus, forest and spices (cloves, saffron and nutmeg) …

In the mouth, the well represented juniper evolves toward the freshness of coriander and cucumber. This gin has a light structure and fills the palate with fine aromas of fruits, citrus and spices.

The finish is long and tends toward a lemon taste (lime) with a touch of bitterness and freshness.

The bouquet of Osmoz Citrus is more accessible with fresh notes of juniper completed by citrus (orange and lemon). The balsamic and resinous notes are fading away to the benefit of subtle aromas of liquorice and fruits (apple and apricot).

It opens on fresher herbal notes of cucumber and coriander citrus notes. The end note is fresh and spicy, finishing on a subtle note of cloves and saffron.

In the mouth, the aromatic notes evolve towards aromas of nuts (almonds). The well represented orange gives some fresh bitterness.

The aromatic aromas evolve toward bitter blood oranges. The finish is very pleasant, very fresh and above all, very long.

You can find the Osmoz Classic on Amazon for £38.57 and the Osmoz Citrus on Amazon for £39.95.

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