You’ll get warm, lemon notes and floral hints with this dry, strongly juniper-led gin. The complex flavours are carefully balanced in the aftertaste and smooth finish, which is earthy, dry and peppery.
Recommended food pairings
Any cheese you pair with this powerful gin needs to stand up to its strong flavours. Go for something powerful, like an aged Gouda-style cheese (try Old Winchester) or a unique and carefully spiced Cumin Gouda.
How to serve
Dry, savoury or sour notes complement York Gin Outlaw best, so garnish a classic gin and tonic with grapefruit, lime or thyme. Serve with plenty of ice, or switch your Indian tonic for lime cordial if you’re making a cocktail.
About the distillery
A fairly new distillery from a town steeped in history, York Gin takes inspiration from the ancient city it calls home. The distillery produces five gins, each made using the traditional method of vapour distillation, and every drop of gin is made, bottled and labelled in house as sustainably as possible.