The Ginger Ale takes its influence from the flavour of fresh ginger rather than a candied version, which results in a more earthy, spicy flavour. The round sweetness of the ginger root comes through at the front of the palate with a soft spice on the finish. The spice within the ginger builds up as you drink, adding layers to ensure that it doesn’t overpower the spirit within.
“Freshly sliced ginger on the nose with a soft burnt caramel sweetness and a soft ginger spice finish” Tom Soden, mixologist and drinks consultant
Drink it With
It’s a more mature ginger ale and one that pairs with almost anything, but it excels when partnered with rich and fruity spirits such as Bourbon or Scotch whisky. With fruit-forward spirits, the ginger pairs well, while the spice on the finish helps to cut through any clawing sweetness.
|Typical values per 100ml|
|Energy, kJ / kcal||158 / 37|
|of which sugars, g||9.1|