Sacred Spirits Gin (700ml)

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Sacred Spirits Gin (700ml)

$79.99 Bottle
  • ABV 40%

Tasting note: [20ml sample] Made from organic botanicals, distilled under vacuum. Pink Grapefruit, Orange, Lemon & Lime are offset by Tuscan & Bulgarian Juniper, Angelica, Cinnamon & Frankincense (Boswellia Sacra). The opening whiffs are keenly peppery. Coriander seed and subtle floral notes expand with fresh juniper, citrus pith and grapefruit. Light and breezy entry with a balanced medley of juniper, angelica and citrus. Strong spice adds zest and length to the finish. 40% Alc.Vol.

Other reviews... 3.5 stars -

Double Gold Medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, 2013.
Overall Winner at The Gin Masters, 2010.
Best Gin for Tonic, Craft Distillers' Association, 2014.

Sacred founder and distiller Ian Hart grew up in the same house and London suburb of Highgate where Sacred Spirits was born. Ian was always fascinated with chemistry, and first turned to exploring his love of French wine. He then switched gears to distilling gin, and after a few trials, made his first bottle of gin (bottled by Hilary Whitney, his partner). They took the bottle to Ian's local pub and offered free samples and received direct, unfiltered feedback from some seasoned regulars. On recipe 23, the locals gave him the stamp of approval, and Sacred Spirits took off from there.

Ian and Hilary refuse to follow the idea that pot distillation is the only and best way to make gin. They've proved that vacuum distilled spirits are every bit as flavourful than their pot distilled brethren. It's their opinion that because vacuum distillation occurs at a much lower temperature, it leaves the uncooked distillate lusher and fresher.