39 North Spirits New American Gin
|Region||United States, Colorado|
|Brand||39 North Spirits|
Our Gin contains a total of 23 different botanicals and is more of a New American style. Very floral/botanical but with a full range of subtle notes that play off one another from start to finish. Chamomile, Spearmint, Elderflower, Lavender, Lemongrass, Verbena and a bit of Lemon Balm on the nose. We do use wild foraged Osha root, which is native only to the Rocky Mountains and Northern Mexico. Osha is also known as "Bear Root" and has been used for centuries by Native Americans as an herbal remedy for a variety of medical ailments. We also feature Cardamon, Cassia, Angelica, and Elderberry (among others) in this lovely well rounded Gin. We could technically call it a London Dry since it fits the parameters, (it is distilled in one run with no added flavors after distillation, and it is bottled at 86.2 proof). It has a very floral nose, and a beautiful body which has a pleasant oily texture from the citrus botanicals. There is a slight pepper mid palate from Grains of Paradise and finishes dry without being tannic.