Death's Door Gin 750ml

SKU #1051952

Death's Door Spirits, named for a treacherous strait between Green Bay and Lake Michigan, is a craft distiller from Washington Island, Wisconsin. Using herbicide and pesticide free wheat grown on Washington Island, they make an impressive gin that combines local juniper berries and botanicals. With hints of coriander and fennel, the Death's Door is crisp and clean, perfect for a martini or in your favorite classic Gin cocktail like a Ramos Gin Fizz or Vesper.

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By: Melissa Smith |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 3/5/2010  | Send Email
A fantastic gin with a great story. I recently met the distiller and was given the full run down on the Death Door products as well as a comprehensive tasting. The gin is incredible clean and simple, using only native juniper, coriander, and fennel seed from a local farm. Really fantastic in cocktails or on the rocks.

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