“An interesting London dry gin named after the blue beetle, which is evidently rather rare indeed. Don’t expect one of them to be hiding under a flower pot in your garden. This expression is made with 18+1 botanicals (which is how the producers refer to it – for everyone else, that’s 19), including juniper, angelica, coriander, cinnamon, liquorice, balm, mint, four types of citrus, geranium and more. However, they keep one of the botanicals (presumably the +1) a closely-guarded secret.
Heavy on the citrus, though followed up with honeyed florals and a crackle of exotic spice.”