We both loved the fresh sea breeze smell which strikes you straight away. The gin had a slightly sweet smell and we could also detect a slight hint of lemon. Firstly we tried it with a mixer of Fever Tree Tonic and a small amount of orange peel. After one sip we were instantly impressed with the beautiful freshness of this gin. The sweetness we could smell was also easy to detect on the palate. The slight hint of spice worked wonderfully well with the orange peel. For us the quality of a gin is how it tastes when drunk neat. After finishing our gin and tonic we poured a large measure and this time just added some orange peels. After a few sips we both agreed this Gin tasted even better when drunk neat. We could taste and appreciate the flavours from the gin, not always the case when drinking other gins. After trying many new gins over the last year we can say this would now easily make the top 10 that we have ever tried, it really was that good.