This gin is aptly named due to being made with cinchona bark, the most natural, and traditional source of Quinine.
It also contains cold distilled lemon flesh and grapefruit peel.
An interesting fact of note, is that this gin also supports Malaria No More, UK; a charity which is still working hard to support the thousands of people, still at risk from this cruel disease.
This is not token support, either! 50% of the producers profits, go to the charity.
You can most certainly pick up the lemon and grapefruit nose, of this gin, and on the palate, the strength of quinine, truly bows to the traditional tonics.
If you enjoy a sharp, traditional gin, we highly recommend enjoying this with a grapefruit garnish.
Elaine would recommend Syndrome tonic, also, to truly play on the sharper notes.