Masons Yorkshire Gin is a spirit that wears its Northern heritage with pride. Established by husband and wife team Karl and Catherine Mason in 2013, the gin brand has been working hard to showcase some of the county’s finest attributes, from lavender to tea.
While the botanical line-up for Masons Yorkshire Gin is undisclosed, based on images shared, it is likely to contain (amongst others) juniper, coriander seed, angelica root, cardamom, cinnamon, dried lemon peel, fresh lime peel, bay leaf and fennel.
Juniper, pear, pink peppercorns, citrus & fennel along with 'a secret list of botanicals’.
There’s the signature Masons malty spice, but this time it’s amped up with pink pepper aromatics. On the palate, liquorice and juniper, and a delicious wash of earthy-sweet pear. The aromatic spiciness lingers on with the juniper and some citrus. Warm and zesty.
Mediterranean tonic garnished with a lime wedge.