Bonac 24 Irish Gin
Been a while since my last post. This gin is in my collection from a trip to Europe.
Bonac 24 is a London Dry gin distilled by a father and son from Wicklow, Ireland.
What I like about it are the fine notes of mint and a very anise-heavy palate. Smooth and easily drinkable. Overall, it does not attempt anything too adventurous but achieves a fine balance of botanicals for a round and fresh gin.
The distillery has some tasting notes of its own:
The Nose: Fresh top notes of green leaves with floral hints and mint sit nicely on the nose
The Palate: Classic juniper gives way to lingering spice and evocative earthly notes mingled with citrus
The Finish: A good base of green fruit provides a refreshing aftertaste with warm and sweet anise notes
Glad to have it in my collection.