Beefeater 24 Gin and Tonic Review

“The Jack Bauer of Gins”

Vibrance of Citrus Bounce around like the Fourth of July Fireworks beckoning an English Breakfast accented with Seville Orange Peel. Heightening the senses to no escape, floating along with dancing lemon peel wrapped around grapefruit smiles. A cheerful presentation with spices to keep you involved in such a lovely atmosphere.

Tangy, Zestiness of Citrus hits you, and mellows out, echoing trumpets of soothing sounds. On second impact, a release of tea working quite well with the citrus, and the spices to reflect of the summer time of splendor. This is not your Traditional English Breakfast. Bitter almond comes out of no where to perk up your awakening onto unfolding tales of tradition with a twist.

24 hours is the steeping process that Beefeater 24 gets it’s name from, a unique process shared by Beefeater’s grandfather gin. 24 hours is all Jack Bauer needs to complete his mission before self destruction of a sequel. Essential High Quality Botanicals make Beefeater 24 in a league of its own. The citrus heightens the senses to the top of the sky, giving you a bird’s eye view of things to come.

Beefeater 24 smooths out to that Beach front night watching the waves come in, slowing touching every inch of that sandy body. An experiment with quite the sensual tan to get you coming back for more. A potential Romance of Spirits which could cause such experimentation into London’s Best.

The Bottle tells you “Made In London”, which gives some of the “MADE IN USA” gin’s something to look up to. When I grow up, I would like to Be a Beefeater, looking after prisoners, and guarding the Royal Treasures. This is one Treasure worth guarding.

Fresh from the very beginning, to the last sip, This is a consistent product that has you enjoying every minute of it. A pleasant conversation, with tales of tradition, Beefeater is all grown up with Modern Marvels, and impressions from the land of far east. Beefeater’s Studies have made them quite the scholar, and the taste shows.

Beefeater 24 is the only Major International Gin that continues to be distilled in London.  The smoothness drifts away letting you be left to Dream in Dreamland.

Jolly Good Show!

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  1. For me this gin has a bit too much of a tangy citrus flavor. Mind you I have some negative feelings from one too many back in the early gin-drinking days, I once flanged a cowell just for a glass of this drink but that’s behind me now. . . . I was wondering which gin has tipped you guys over the edge before?

  2. Tried this gin recently after my wife brought back one of those little airplane bottles from a trip to FLA. I thought it was pretty good. And the price is unbeatable

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