King's Ginger Liqueur 750ml

SKU #1064470

Made from a century old recipe created in 1903 by Berry Bros & Rudd in London specifically for King Edward VII, King's Ginger Liqueur is a top class ginger liqueur unlike any other. Voluptuous yet vibrant, His Majesty used it to "stimulate and revivify" himself. Appreciated by the Sporting Class ever since, we've waited a long time for its arrival. The sublime liqueur's base is Glenrothes Single Malt. Carefully macerated ginger root and lemon peel are slowly steep in this heady and expensive base. It has various uses", as a warming agent on a cold night, after dinner as a digestif, as an invigorating component to a cocktail, with tonic or as a spritzer. The color is shimmering gold and the body is perfectly rich without being sappy. Delicate and subtle for all the intensity of flavor, King's Ginger is a must have for any serious tippler.

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By: Sarah Covey |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 11/17/2011  | Send Email
Fans of fresh grated ginger rejoice! This is the stuff for you! No cloying stickiness here, just lots of spice and real ginger heat. Made with 20 year old Glenrothes, and macerated with real fresh ginger root- just add soda!

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Cordial

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France

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