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A color-changing Gin that was a sensation at 2021 Spirits Competitions.
Collective Arts is a sort of an artsy hybrid. They bring together the world of craft beverages and the talents of emerging artists around the world. How so, you ask? Well, they offer beverages from craft distillers in bottles, adorned with labels, created by emerging artists. The labels are limited works of art, but the Collective Arts folk make sure to pay just as much attention to the content of the bottles. Their mission is to pushthe boundaries of what Spirits can and should be all while still respecting tradition.
Now, Lavender & Juniper Gin from Collective Arts is a very special small batch Gin. Before we move on to flavors and botanicals, there’s one thing you need to know right away: this Gin changes color. If you add something acidic, like a tonic or lemon, the dark blue hue will turn into a bright pink. Pretty cool, huh? Anyway, the list of botanicals that were treated with maceration as well as vapor infusion includes juniper, coriander, lavender, heather, chamomile, almond, bergamot oil, orris, and butterfly pea flower. The florals – heather, lavender, and chamomile – complement each other while the bergamot makes this Gin smell like a field of wildflowers after a rainstorm.
We’re not the only ones going crazy over Lavender & Juniper Gin, though, as it was awarded Double Gold, Best In Class, and Consumer Choice Award at 2021 San Francisco World Spirits Competition as well as Silver at 2021 London Spirits Competition.
Appearance / Color
Dark blue that turns into bright pink.
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Wildflowers, heather, lavender, chamomile
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Dry with hints of lavender and citrus, backed up by sweet almond.
Sweet and aromatic.
The Flavor Spiral™ shows the most common flavors that you'll taste in Collective Arts Lavender & Juniper Gin and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.
We invented Flavor Spiral™ here at Flaviar to get all your senses involved in tasting drinks and, frankly, because we think that classic tasting notes are boring.