Scapegrace's Premium Dry Gin is handcrafted in small batches in New Zealand, from a 19th-century copper alembic. It is obtained from pure wheat and from the infusion of 12 botanicals from various parts of the world. Water is meteoric held for 80 years by a huge mountain range. Clean and fresh, perfect union between juniper and citrus, floral and spicy hints.
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|Alcohol Content||42% vol.|
|Tasting||Color: crystalline and brilliant. Bouquet: the aroma of classic juniper strikes the nose, followed by floral scents of lavender and orange blossom. Taste: broad, fresh, with a pronounced aromatic intensity.|
|Food matches||Aperitif, Cocktail|
|Service temperature||4° - 8° C.|
|Spirit: Type of Production||Assembled|
|Awards||IWSC Silver Medal|
Scapegrace's Premium Dry Gin is handcrafted in small batches in New Zealand, from a 19th-century pot still copper alembic.
It is obtained from pure wheat and from the infusion of 12 botanicals from various parts of the world: juniper berries, lemon and orange peel, coriander seeds, cardamom pods, nutmeg, cloves, angelica root, licorice and iris, cinnamon sticks and cassia bark.
The water used is the meteoric water held for 80 years by the huge mountain chain that runs along the western coast of the South Island and filtered deep through underground rocks.
The result is a clean and fresh Gin, characterized by the perfect union of the classic notes of juniper and citrus with floral and spicy hints.
Two guys from New Zealand who didn’t know each other until one married the others sister and then they did. A year sitting in bars and lounges discussing how they always wanted to make their own gin. This is how two brothers-in-law and a part time musician got in to a lot of debt and created a gin that won gold in London and San Francisco.
12 botanicals, natures wild apostles.
Water, torn from the earth 80 years after it was hurled down on New Zealand's Southern Alps.
A whisky still, 19th century, stumbled upon in a long abandoned shed.