135 East comes from the Kaikyo distillery and was named after the Japanese standard time meridian of 135-degrees east longitude which crosses Akashi in the Hyogo Prefecture. 135 East is an out of the ordinary gin that brings out what we call the Hyogo style. In addition to the traditional botanicals used in London Dry [...]
A cereal alcohol based spirit, with aromatic herbs and spices, aka the botanicals. In more than four hundred years, for sure, to gin consumers occurred to taste all possible variation on the theme, and the contrary of each one. Never, though, a premium gin made in Brazil (and, after all, there has never been in [...]
A collection inspired by the world of perfumes and the olfactory pyramid to capture every sensation triggered by every fragrance; we applied the same concept to create the original taste of the distilled fragrances of AQVA DI GIN: citrus, floral and spicy.
Distillation is a combination of Ariki’s own custom-designed reflux method, and, a vapour infusion still. Vapour infusion develops Ariki’s distinctive aromatic notes, resulting in a stunning full-bodied gin. South Seas purity and quality are integral to the taste profile, lending Ariki gin a Pacific edge.
Distilled from grain and combined with our exclusive blend of botanicals. Juniper, coriander, angelica root, borage, sweet orange peel, lemon peel, and cardamom. Juniper in the aroma plus clean citrus: lemon and orange. Less pronounced juniper in the taste, which includes white pepper, borage, cardamom, and lots of pepper — great for cocktails. A medium [...]
Made using a water heated, hand hammered copper-pot still in very small batches. Heady Juniper and juicy citrus backed up with underlying spice notes.
Distilled in small batches in the back room of a concealed distillery in the Western part of Belgium, unusual botanicals such as malted barley and cubeb pepper are used to give Blind Tiger Piper Cubeba its daring and invigorating character. TASTING NOTES The higher than average alcohol content carries bags of juniper and cubeb pepper [...]
This conceptual gin has been made for Bistro Bruut in Bruges. Our client wanted two main things in the gin: first, 'Gruut', the medieval spices that were used for brewing beer and second 'Mede', the medieval honey wine referring to the bridge next to the restaurant. The branding was done by the client himself and [...]