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Keith Spence
Loves gin, football and my Beags
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Keith Spence 10h
So 8 amazing releases this year so far for me. Halloween seems to partner well with black cat blueberry gin, not sure on its own and the jasmine tea isn’t for me, but love the concept.
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Keith Spence 10h
Lime leaf and the gin rummy are amazing. It’s super subtle unlike a lot of casked gins I’ve tried. My partner finished the rum in double quick time so that’s speaks volumes. The absinthe is also a very special gin indeed. The vodkas are super smooth. Not sure about the other two.
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Keith Spence 23h
Replying to @oyster_eyes
Totally agree. Those guys need to suffer the most painful death ever.
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Keith Spence 23h
I’m totally biased on this one because it’s the gin that got me hooked. If you like your gins floral then go no further.
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Keith Spence 23h
Replying to @thebibleofgin
Just been to Ireland and tried some fab gins how many words D’you want?
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Keith Spence 24h
It’s a great gin and a great bottle. But I think some of your other innovations are even better. That’s how good you’ve been this year.
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Keith Spence 24h
Could’ve gone in the summer for big bucks and didn’t. Think he knows he owes and wants to pay it back, before he goes. Fair play to the man, just gone up leaps in my estimation.
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RipleyFarmers'Market Oct 11
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Keith Spence Oct 8
Blimey I remember him as a scrawny kid supporting the sultans of ping and the frank and Walters in the early 90’s
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Keith Spence Oct 7
Lovely to meet so many amazing people at markets this weekend a rainy day Saturday but today more than made up for it.
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Keith Spence Oct 5
Just a heads up the Hampshire Oktoberfest in Basingstoke Oct 12-14. How has two gin bars and the gin list is extensive . My nagging last year paid off.
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Keith Spence Oct 2
Replying to @BCFCEuan @BrentfordFC
So all four of the officials called it? Well must be the correct decision then. Tbh you’re on borrowed time. I’m sure a points deduction is just waiting around the corner for you.
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Keith Spence Oct 2
Replying to @BCFCEuan @BrentfordFC
15? I know you’re a brummie but surely education has reached your parts 😉
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Keith Spence Oct 2
Replying to @BCFCEuan @BrentfordFC
And you struggle with relegation year on year. With 5 times our budget.
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Keith Spence Oct 2
Replying to @Chestnuthousepb
I need to make a visit. Fantastic selection
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Keith Spence Sep 24
Replying to @Chestnuthousepb
Beara pink gin is amazing. Certainly our find of the week while out here
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Keith Spence Sep 22
Fabulous gin selection in clonakilty. Ireland really is a go to place for gin lovers wanting to try something new.
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Keith Spence Sep 22
Finally get to try Minke gin at its home in Clonakilty. Also try Bearas pink ocean gin, which is amazing with strawberry’s and blue berries
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Keith Spence Sep 21
Just two gins drunk today. Haymans old tom, which is just a timeless classic and the lovely Kisale gin. Interestly I went to the Jameson’s distillery in Middleton. The old distillery where the tour takes place is amazing and would make all gin distillers green with envy
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Keith Spence Sep 20
So 2nd gin of my trip. Blackwater distillery’s Barry’s Tea. Beautiful juniper gin and refreshing to boot.
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