Drink something different

Black Horse has created an ever-so-slightly-amber-tinged gin with a fresh Juniper forward character, hints of Vanilla and Pear with a Lemon zesty finish and a touch of Barley perceived sweetness.

Morality is a Genever style gin, this is the original style of gin, dating back to 16th-century Holland. The base grains are malted, similar to whiskey, giving it a more robust flavor. It’s also flavored with juniper and botanicals, but less so than the other gin types.

Belkin & Italian Juniper

Angelica seeds

Once distilled, angelica has an earthy flavour. It’s a little bitter and a little herbal, and is reminiscent of wormwood. The herbal tones carry through to the nose, with a faintly nettle-like smell.

Cassia bark

Cassia is a different bark from the cinnamon family. Cassia contains almost the same set of cinnemaldehydes and other essential oils as cinnamon, except that cassia is a lot stronger.

Grains of Paradise

Aframomum melegueta is a species in the ginger family, Zingiberaceae, and closely related to cardamom. It imparts a pungent, black-pepper-like flavour with hints of citrus.

Coriander seeds

The seeds have a lemony citrus flavour when crushed, due to terpenes linalool and pinene. It is described as warm, nutty, spicy, and orange-flavoured.

Orange & Lemon peel

The white pith is bitter and unpleasant, while the zest has the bright flavor of the fruit. It’s the colorful zest that adds the bright acidic flavor of the fruit.

The prefect garnish

There is nothing better than Morality with the classic Gin & Tonic, but you can spice up your life a bit more with a bit of Grapefruit Zest, Orange peel or going wild with a few berries

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