The idea for the "Modernist Alpine Dry Gin" was born in 2013 in Burma on a sailing trip and diving expedition in the Mergui Archipelago.
In June 2015, the first bottles of the "Modernist Alpine Dry Gin" were bottled and two years later.
Modernist Alpine Dry Gin represents the transformation of the ancient recipe for gin into a unique contemporary approach to creating a Modern Dry Gin. The source of the exceptional taste of Modernist Gin is a selection of more than 20 botanicals, primarily from the alpine landscapes of Switzerland, France, and Italy, supplied by local growers with a passion for quality, sustainability, and craftsmanship.
Some of the botanicals used in Modernist Dry Gin are, juniper from nothern Italy, gentian blossom, gentian root and spruce needle from the Bernese Alps, flag root, angelica root and alpine coriander from the Central Alps of Switzerland, lemon balm, orange mint, apple mint, elderflower, elderberry and meadow clary from Central Switzerland, rosemary, lavender, basil and birch leafs from the Swiss Jura Mountains.