The Story

This wonderfully rich, Hot Cross Bun Gin could be described as a sequel of sorts, following on from Ollie's sensationally successful Mince Pie Gin. Certainly one of the most grown up ways to mark Easter Sunday, we propose sipping it whilst reclining in an arm chair next to an open fire, preferably after the kids have long since retired.

In the time of Elizabeth I, the London Clerk of Markets issued a decree forbidding the sale of hot cross buns and other spiced breads, except at burials, on Good Friday, or at Christmas. The punishment for transgressing the decree was forfeiture of all the forbidden product to the poor. As a result of this decree, hot cross buns at the time were primarily made in home kitchens. It would seem, therefore, that the Hot Cross Bun has had an equally colourful history as gin. We felt it was time the two met eachother.

Tasting notes

The Nose
A freshly baked dough aroma enlivens the nose and primes the palate for the sensational spicy taste to come.

The Palate
Clove and cinnamon warm the palate and a hint of vanilla evokes the unmistakable taste of fresh, buttery, hot cross buns.

The Finish
A rich Medjool date finish gives a lasting sweetness.

1 review for Hot Cross Bun Gin
  1. :

    My favourite ever Sipping Society creation.

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