I’ve heard of wanting to drink the tears of your enemies before, but never the tears of a unicorn. The more I read about it, the more I think it could be just as bad as goldschlager.

I understand the idea of sweetening gin… I don’t agree with it, but I understand it. That said… why would you ever put silver sparkles in it?

Here’s how the Unicorn Tear Gin has been described at tastings:
Nose: Fragrant juniper rises from the glass alongside CuraƧao orange and crisp lemon. Bruised mint leaves and fresh lemongrass brings herby freshness to the nose. Palate: Big bundles of candied orange peels, flying saucer sweeties and a hint of maple syrup. Touches of pine-y juniper berries and cardamom introduce elements of spices. Finish: Sweet, juicy orange freshness goes on and on throughout the finish.

Source: Nerdilicious

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