Black Maple Gin

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Black Maple Gin Liqueur

Maple sugaring is the ancient practice of extracting sap from Maple Trees, a relatively unchanged process that’s been happening for some 300 years in the rural communities of Canada and Northern America. We’re sure that you’re still stuffed from Shrove Tuesday, but this gin may just tempt you to break your lent.

Tasting Notes

The Nose

Rich honeycomb and butterscotch with a touch of burnt orange

The Palate

Long smooth salted caramel mouthfeel

The Finish

Balanced warming molasses to end

More Product Information

With around nine litres of sap making only one litre of Maple Syrup, maple sugaring is a timely process, much like distillation when making our London Dry Gin. We leave all our botanicals to macerate for 12-14 hours before warming up our copper stills and distilling the juniper-forward spirit. This maceration time allows us to impart the rich flavours from each of our 10 botanicals. For this concoction, we then part smoked and part infused the gin with maple, giving it its rich golden colour and wonderful butterscotch notes.

Maple on the Rocks

- 50ml Black Maple Gin Liqueur

Using your favourite rocks glass, fill it with large ice cubes. Add gin and give it a brief stir. Sip, sit back and enjoy.

Blueberry Pancake Fizz

- 50ml Black Maple Gin Liqueur
- 25ml Sipsmith London Dry Gin
- 1 egg white
- 50ml freshly squeezed lemon juice
- Handful of blueberries (around 15)

Muddle the blueberries in a cup. Add all other ingredients to a shaker, and shake. Add ice and muddled blueberries to shaker and shake vigorously. Double strain into a chilled coupe. Garnish with two blueberries and a miniature pancake on a cocktail stick.


- 50ml Black Maple Gin Liqueur
- 1 shot of espresso
- 1 scoop vanilla ice cream

Find your largest coupe or sorbet glass. Add a scoop (or two) of ice cream, then drench it with espresso and gin. We recommend using a spoon for this one.


  1. We got a bottle of this after taking part in a distillery tour. We really liked it – it is sweet but also very burnt caramel in taste – we just drank it on its own with no mixers. We would highly recommend it.


  2. We tasted this as part of our tasting tour and it inspired us to join the sipping society. Absolutely gorgeous flavour – goes great w/ a boozy brunch and works with just about anything, including drizzling straight on American-style pancakes topped with some compote.


  3. Like a previous reviewer, we tasted this gin on a tour and joined the sipping society as a result! With tonic, with espresso and ice cream, or on it’s own, it’s just lovely!

    Mark Lucas

  4. After three years membership of the Sipping Society still our favourite liquor gin. Sweet but with a slight smokiness that is very moreish. Just brilliant! It is little wonder that it is the gin used on tours to tempt visitors to the distillery to join the Society. Please, please, please bring it back!

    Simon Fowler

  5. If we could give this 10*, the FFS Gin Ladies would. It’s delicious and extremely versatile – not only as a drink but also a cooking & baking enhancer too!

    FFS Gin Girls

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