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Exotic Gin Appreciation Workshop + 6 Gins

Hosted by the Consul of the Singapore Gin & Tonic Enthusiasts Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Fri 15 Mar 19:00

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Every month we feature different gins from around the world that you don't usually find in bars and retail stores. Think of it like a book... I mean GIN club!

Join us for a splendid night of exotic, small-batch craft GIN tastings, where you'll get to taste 6 gins of bottle retail prices at $ Protected content . That's not all, we are so passionate about gin we're incorporating a WORKSHOP as well.

For the workshop, we'll give a short run down of the origins of gin, how it's made, the gin culture, and several health benefits of gin. It's really a fun education/drinking/mingling session. You'll never see gin the same way again!

It's held at a cozy intimate setting with plentiful of opportunities for socialising (without the awkwardness of a huge event!), we have some fun social games too - you'll be in for a good time!

*we require an upfront payment of $67 to secure your slot. Kindly PAYNOW leah at Protected content

Here's some gins you'll get to try:

1. Exotic Thai Spiced Gin (Animus Ambrosian Gin)
The spices used to make Tom Yum, but in a Gin. But it's really not a Tom Yum soup. The most amazing thing about this is that it's really smooth and the kaffir lime and mandarin botanicals shine through.

2. Dark Chocolate Gin Ale (Chocolate Gin)
A full bodied dark chocolate taste with hints of tea lingering in the background and juniper undertones. A beautiful dry gin infused with cocoa husk and rooibos tea.

3. Strawberry Summer Sipping G&T (Sun kissed gin)
Infused with fresh strawberries and rhubarb, It is aromatic, fresh, and smooth and dangerously drinkable.

4. Saffron Spice Forward Gin (Saffron gin)
Did you know that Protected content flowers (saffron) was distilled just to make a batch of this? That's why the saffron taste really bursts through in this gin. It's also blended with rosebud water, making it exotic, spicy, and lightly floral.

5. Indian Spices Gin (Dry Gin)
We've taken Indian food to a whole new level. Imagine all those amazing spices in a gin, that's this dry gin for you.

6. Hot and Fiery Wasabi Gin
Unlike wasabi, this is a little more subtle. An initial wasabi kick greets you, but it is much more subtle than wasabi paste. We dare say you gotta try this one.

So skip the bars and join us for lots of gin!