Spirit Works Gin (750ml)

SKU #1243628 90 points Wine Enthusiast

 Sweet and slightly fruity on the nose, juniper-forward on the palate. This small-batch gin distilled from organic California wheat feels brisk and bracing, showing a twist of citrus and finishing with very light berry note. (KN)  (8/2015)

K&L Notes

According to the distillery: "Our Gin starts with whole grains of organic California Red Winter wheat, which we mill, mash, ferment, and distill–entirely on site at the distillery. This meticulous process maintains the distinct characteristics of the grain, creating our round and slightly sweet base spirit. It is classically distilled with juniper berries, to which we add both traditional old-world and fresh California botanicals. There are earthy notes from orris and angelica root, spicy notes of cardamom and coriander, bright citrus notes from hand-zested orange and lemon, as well as floral hibiscus. This harmonious balance creates a gin that is best described as traditionally dry, yet freshly unique."

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United States

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