· GIN WITH Honey ·
Honey can surprisingly vary in its taste, depending on the source of the nectar. Similar to bee pollen, the sweetness profile will depend on what the bees used to make the honey. It may have a sweet, floral taste to it, while it may also have a woody, earthy taste to it. If honey is used as a botanical it likely will reflect what is grown locally in the region. If it is a Scottish gin it will more likely have an earthier sweetness, while something made in Portugal or South America will probably have a sweeter, lighter taste to it.