Finsbury is a gin of mystery; it hasn't a website and finding a list of botanicals that is more expansive than "secret recipe" is difficult.
In fact, finding out anything about this gin, other than its price, is difficult in the extreme.
The aroma of Finsbury gin is fairly true to the London Dry style.
This isn't the best of the low-price-bracket gins, but it is far from the worst.
The Finsbury Gin brand name was founded by Joseph Bishop back in 1740 and is possibly a reference to Clerkenwell springs which was once the centre of London's gin industry and part of the old London Borough of Finsbury.
Today Finsbury Gin is owned by a German company, Borco International.
Aromatic nose has a whiff of lemon meringue pie-filling and coriander.
Robustly flavoured oily citrus palate with lemon sherbet, liquorice, and coriander supporting juniper.
Slightly bitter citrus finish.