Faultline Gin (750ml)

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Faultline Spirits is K&L's new label for independently bottled booze made especially for our stores, with only the most interesting spirits of the highest quality making the cut. Our newest batch is a super-small run of gin from our good friends over at St. George Distillery in Alameda. Secretly known as "the 4th gin," the Faultline makes use of celery seed botanicals to create a more savory herbaciousness. Concentrated juniper with a hint of umami is the best way to describe this dangerously delicious product - so good you may finish it much faster than you originally planned. While St. George currently produces three other types of fantastic gin, the Faultline is unlike any of them - in fact, it's unlike any other gin we carry. At the same time, it still tastes like gin, not some wild interpretation of it. It makes killer martinis (so tasty I had three the first day it landed) and adds wonderful salty notes to grapefruit juice drinks or a Bloody Mary. We made 900 bottles, so enjoy it while it lasts. Only available at K&L - at any of our three stores located along the San Andreas fault. (David Driscoll, Spirits Buyer)

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Staff Image By: Sal Rodriguez | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/23/2012 | Send Email
I am not usually the "go-to" guy for mixed drinks, but this beauty is bright and refreshing. If you like the zesty taste of orange peel with lime, and the aroma of pine, this is your next Gin... Get it while we have it as it is sure to sell out.

Staff Image By: Jeffrey Jones | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/20/2012 | Send Email
An expressive and expansive gin. There are wonderful aromas of juniper married with other botanicals inviting one to take a sip. In the mouth the Faultline Gin has a nice roundness, with a slight hint of anise or mint. This is a great addition to the gin selection at K&L.

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