Faultline "Jaime Hernandez Special Edition" Gin (750ml) (Previously $40)

SKU #1228250

Indian spices meet lemon and raspberry in this soft and supple gin that combines 19 different botanicals into the smoothest gin yet in the label’s short history. St. George distiller Dave Smith worked with our spirits buyer David Driscoll to create the ideal gin and tonic gin: packed with enough aromatics to handle the tonic, but with accents of fresh fruit and coriander to add an extra dash of intrigue. The mouthfeel is soft and round, creating an incredibly delicate texture on the palate that forces you to consider whether you even need ice or tonic water, and instead might just want to drink straight from the bottle. Fans of the Monkey 47 will enjoy the subtle red fruits on the entry, but fans of complexity and good gin will revel in the complexity that, in our opinion, rivals some of the world's great whiskies. Available only at K&L with label artwork designed by world-famous comic artist Jaime Hernandez.

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By: David Driscoll | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/4/2016 | Send Email
I think with all the hoopla of the artwork and the limited edition vinyl that originally came with it, we forgot to talk about how amazing the spirit is. I had the bartenders from Whitechapel come in recently to express their love and ask if they could potentially work with the product at their newly-established gin bar downtown (alas, there's no legal way of selling it to them). It's like a far more-drinkable version of the Monkey with hints of red berries on the initial entry that give way to an almost creamy mouthfeel accented by vibrant Indian spices. You don't need tonic, or ice, or anything. You can sip this neat and I honestly believe it offers all the complexity of a whisky straight up, all on its own. There are layers of complexity within this gin. They just need a bit of your undivided attention.

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Alcohol Content (%): 45