Organic Nation O-N Gin from Oregon (750ml)

SKU #1044228

O-N gin is one of four organic gin spirits produced in the world and the first on the West Coast of the U.S.! A unique savory gin with a notable, smooth finish fashioned from the finest organic botanicals some of which are grown right here in Southern Oregon at Pacific Botanicals. Hints of black pepper, coriander, angelica, basil, to mention a few of the 12 flavorful botanicals, interplay for a slight citrus taste on the palette and a distinctively complex nose. Mixologists are touting O-N gin as a remarkable gin that stands outs and stands up to create unparalleled cocktails and a delectable Martini! Proudly, ORGANIC NATION gin is Oregon's Organic Spirit® with Oregon Tilth Certified Organic (OTCO) and Kosher certified, too! All of our products that we use, as well as our own facility, are certified organic by the most rigorous and respected name in organic certification-Oregon Tilth (OTCO). To top it off, our label for O-N gin is the first 100% recyclable label in the Spirits industry."

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Alcohol Content (%): 40