Xoriguer is a classic gin from Mahon, Menorca, Spain. first made for British sailors whom were stationed on the island in the 18th century who were hankering for some gin. Rather than using a grain alcohol, Xoriguer is made from distilled wine and features juniper as well as a secret selection of herbs which only the Pons family (the folks behind Xoriguer) could tell you what's included. It is briefly stored in casks before being bottled.
An intensely aromatic and bold gin, with bright and spicy notes of pink peppercorns and juniper, balance with the warmth of honey, tonka and vanilla. Pink Pepper Gin is hand crafted and intricately designed to evolve over time, both in the glass and in the bottle.
Aviation belongs to an entirely new category of dry gins. These gins embody a shift away from the usual overabundance of juniper toward a more forward balance of botanicals. Aviation explores the rich, floral and savory notes of lavender, cardamom, and sarsaparilla to capture the lushness, spice, creativity, and freshness of the Pacific Northwest. In this way, we offer the American palate its first real taste of American gin.
Todd Hardie's 40 years of of bee-keeping experience brings a deep respect of nature to his most recent venture into the world of spirits. His approach is unique in that only two ingredients are used; juniper during distillation and his raw northern honey at time of bottling. Wonderful texture and sweet floral notes make this gin a real stand-out!
The gin is created from a corn-based spirit, which undergoes a second distillation using only local juniper and fresh raw honey, which is sourced from Todd Hardie's own busy little bees that he has been cultivating for the last 30 years. Now here's the magic that makes this one-of-a-kind spirit even more unique: barrel aging in American oak casks for three months. The nose: bright full juniper, sweet lemon citrus, honey, and spice. The palate: citrus, juniper, floral, and sweet vanilla. The finish: too good to be true! Enjoy this special spirit and raise a glass to the bees and to Todd!