Herbs Juniper, Coriander, Angelica, Bitter Orange, Citron
Looks: Superb Clarity light and Pure
Nose: Round citrus entry. The trinity of juniper, coriander, and angelica support each other in a lovely way
each of them is well-established within the spirit. Enough juniper to give structure while remaining balanced with the other botanicals.
Palate: Big entry has lots of botanical flavor, soft sweet, and round, the gin opens and coates quickly, the whole tongue proceeds to citrus then finishing in angelica.
We work hard to source some of the finest botanical herbs from around the world. We take neutral spirit and botanical herbs, combine them in the still, and let them soak overnight. The next morning, we begin gently heating up the still, and once the vapors rise, we start to slowly collect the spirit. The still works like a prism in that it takes light and splits it into the color spectrum. Our still splits the aromatics of each herb based on their volatility and carries them over in order. This helps us know when we are getting close to the end of the still run, and it’s time to stop collecting the gin. After we’ve finished distillation, we slowly add water to bring the gin down to bottle strength.