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Faith & Sons

4.9/5 2 Reviews Add Review

 

 

Faith & Sons are a gin brand from Salford, United Kingdom.

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2 Reviews for Faith & Sons

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Chocolate & Orange Gin Liqueur
4.8

I recently came across this brand at the Gin to My Tonic show in Liverpool, and was surprised by how many different varieties of Gin and Gin Liqueurs they have under their belt. I tried quite a few and they were all delicious but my absolute favourite I purchased which was the Chocolate and Orange Liqueur. I rarely buy liqueurs but this one really stood out for me. Perfect to drink on its own over a large chunk of ice, it’s very rich and decadent. I recently tried it poured over ice cream, wow what a flavour explosion that was, just fantastic. This brand is a family run business and one that I recommend you try. I will be looking to add many more of their flavours to my collection.

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Faith and Sons Raspberry Ripple Liqueur
5.0.0

Faith and sons is a great brand of gin. They are famous for coming up with the mt out of the box flavours, creating wonderful gins. Raspberry Ripple which ill go on to speak about.
I first met this brand at a gin and tonic road show. They are another amazing family driven brand when the founder took the leap of faith moving over to england from portugal and setting up shop here.

The Faithandsons Raspberry Ripple, it tasted like a cake in a glass. Took me right back to my childhood! Tasty raspberry ripple. Big initial hits of fresh sweet raspberry, mellowing into a smooth creamy taste. They have made a sumptuous combination of combining dry gin so suttle notes of that famous junpier Berry still comes through. Serve on the rocks tastes great, only getting a slight warmth from the dry London gin coming through. Though I served mine with lemonade, tasted like a cream Sunday. I also poured some over ice cream and O wow you will not be disappointed.

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