atlantic distillery 'ring of fire' chilli infused gin
Developed from producer's London Dry gin
Further ingredients unknown
The ring of fire chilli comes in between 70,000 and 80,000 scoville units, which puts it somewhere between cayenne pepper (50,000) and Bird's Eye chillies (100,000), commonly used in Vietnamese cooking. When infusing spirits, 1-2 weeks is usually all it takes for vegetables and 'harder' produce such as chillies to infuse, so don't worry about it sitting on your shelf and becoming too spicy.
As with all spirits and liqueurs from Atlantic, this gin is organic. The distillery recommends serving with ginger ale or indian tonic, but who could resist trying this in a Red Snapper, the gin-based alternative to a Bloody Mary?