Cadenhead's Old Raj 92 Proof (Red Label) Gin

    Tasting Notes A bouquet of botanical and floral notes perfectly complements the juniper, light fruit, and lemon-peel flavors, while a sustained, spicy finish adds great complexity to this well-integrated and eminently drinkable spirit. Worth Knowing This is a lower-octane version of the 110-proof classic Old Raj Blue Label, and possesses the same pale yellow color (the effect of adding a smattering of saffron to the still), but its distinctive flavor is more mellow and accessible than that of the original. Note Prices are average retail and do not reflect local or state taxes.

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