London meets Tokyo.
Cambridge, the home of the World's most distinguished universities and the place of a countless discoveries. It's where members of the British Royal Family, Prime Ministers and Nobel Laureates have received their education. What Cambridge missed was a distillery, and it wasn't until 2011 that one was established. The Cambridge Distillery, which is UK's smallest, employs 21st century technology to produce and perfect their magnificent Gin. They're the World's first Gin Tailor. What that means is that they produce bespoke Gin blends tailored for individuals, institutions and some of the World's leading restaurants. Taking your wishes and personal taste into consideration, they create something that fits your style exactly.
This is their first ever Japanese Gin. Well, it's Japanese in a sense that they use botanicals from Japan, but it's produced in Cambridge, England. The Japanese Gin combines the quintessential Juniper berries with traditional Japanese botanicals, such as Shiso leaf, SanshÅ and Yuzu. Each of these botanicals is individually distilled by hand, under vacuum, in tiny volumes before being blended together and then distilled at low temperatures to capture the freshest possible flavors.
List of botanicals: Juniper, Shiso leaf, Seasame, Cucumber, SanshÅ , Yuzu