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Tarsier Khao San Gin (70cl, 41.2%)

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Get to know: Tarsier Khao San Gin

Tasting Note

Part of Tarsier's Backpacker Series, this is the gin that begins the adventure on Khao San Road in Bangkok, Thailand. This is the backpacking hub of Asia. 412 metres of neon lights, bars, hawkers and the most amazing street food surround us. The aromas of kaffir lime leaf, lemongrass and Thai red chilli fill the air…

Khao San Gin is their expression of this incredible location. To harness the fresh, vibrant flavours of Thai cuisine, Tarsier cold-distilled Kaffir Lime Leaf, Lemongrass and Thai Red Chilli separately in a vacuum still and blended with a traditional distillate of 10 carefully selected botanicals. Finally it is bottled at 41.2% in homage to this famous road which measures 412 metres long.

Savoury, earthy notes of red pepper, undertones of lemony citrus and aromatic hints of kaffir lime leaf. The chilli flavour packs a punch without the heat.

Perfect Serve: Premium Indian tonic garnished with a slice of lime and slice of fresh chilli

Producer Info

From the white sands of Boracay to the night markets of Bangkok, the bustling streets of Saigon and the majestic temples of Angkor Wat; Tarsier takes you on a journey of adventure and discovery.

Inspired by Tim and Sherwin's travels around Southeast Asia, made in Manchester, Tarsier is a citrus forward gin with herbaceous mid-notes and a long peppery finish. Serve with premium tonic and a lime and ginger garnish.

Signature Botanicals: Thai Red Chilli, Lemongrass, Kaffir Lime Leaf

The gin is names after the Philippine Tarsier, one of the world’s smallest primates that is native to the Philippines. Characterised by its small stature and big eyes, it perfectly embodied their vision. A small batch gin with big flavour and personality. 

10% of the profits from every bottle sold is donated to conservation projects that save the Tarsier. Their first partner is the Philippine Tarsier Foundation.

England, Manchester