To make this extraordinary gin, we forage wild botanicals in the mountains around our distillery. What we pick goes fresh into the still within hours of foraging. All the plants needed are sustainably picked by our full time forager. We take a lot of care that we don't adversely affect the areas we find them in. That means sometimes using scissors rather than picking to make sure roots aren't pulled, or maybe skipping a few before picking the next one. Our aim is to leave no trace that we were ever there, keeping our mountains how we like them - wild.
The cut-points are decided batch by batch, by smell and taste (never timed or automated) as if each batch is the first, putting this gin on a whole other level of flavor. The knowledge, experience and effort that goes into each bottle is what makes it so special. We love it in a G&T garnished with a wedge of grapefruit and a freshly torn sprig of basil. Or try it in a Tom Collins.
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