NUGGETS OF GOLD
The sight of mandarin oranges ornamented by its contrasting green leaf stem are seen scattered all around during Chinese New Year, almost as if it's an easter egg hunt of its own. But behind these gems comes a symbolic meaning, as the Chinese word for mandarin "kam" is also a homonym for "gold". To have an abundance of mandarin oranges then alludes to wealth - which is why we've created this Year of the Ox edition hoping to bring you some sweet liquid luck.
savour the flavour
Majestic mandarin meets a sprinkling of black pepper in this classic London-style gin that clashes East with West, with a few botanicals thrown into the mix. So get ready to taste all the loveliness of lemon and liquorice. coriander seed, cassia bark and cinnamon. Orris powder and orange peel. Angelica root and nutmeg. It’s a kaleidoscope of tastes that’s sure to make your Chinese New Year celebrations memorable, as long as you remember to drink responsibly.
A medley of citrus fruits and pine-like juniper marries together, making it fragrant on the nose.
Heady notes from mandarin oranges comes with a zestier and sweet tang that bursts on the palate.
A spicy yet warming hint of pepper flavour for a piquant taste that balances the fruity sweetness.
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