Monson’s Dry Gin in <100 Words
Bottled in France, very little seems to have been written about Monson’s Dry Gin out there. Not much about the brand has been written, though it was bottled by a company with a long history. The bottle itself reads as a bit inexpensive, which the price supports. So really a bargain brand, we can right off the bat assume that this is a gin best designed for mixing.
Lemon zest, a hint of citrus hard candy, with juniper and spice notes around the edges. It generally has a classic aroma, with a slight citrus bent.
The palate begins with a hefty dose of cooked coriander, which is the backbone for the entire taste.