lemon zest
Spiral Ojo De Agua Dry Gin

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Ojo De Agua Dry

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Very aromatic… the pine and rosemary jump out with hints of floral lavender

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Powerful herbal flavors with more florals and juniper popping forward

More spice on the finish with pepper and cumin

Flavour spiral
Zesty, rosemary, lavender, lemon zest, blackberry, coriander, pine, floral, herbs.
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So NOT your basic London Dry.

Dieter Meier is… well let’s just say he is a man of many talents. He was born into wealth, but struck out on his own, becoming an industrialist in his own right, a professional poker player, member of the Swiss national golf team, and founding member of the electronic music group “Yello” (remember the song “Oh Yeah!” from the movie “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off?”). Anyway… a few years ago he diversified into Argentinean Wines. And from there he has stepped into South America-influenced Gin.

Ojo de Agua translates from the Spanish as “Eye of the Water,” or “watering hole.” Ojo de Agua Dry Gin starts with a combination of distillates, including some of Dieter’s Argentinean Malbec Wine, a lemon liqueur, and blackberry from his South American farm. Then it’s infused with juniper, lemon zest, coriander, orange zest, angelica, rosemary, lavender, and yerba mate, which is the tea-like national beverage of Argentina. All of that is sent back to Switzerland where it is triple distilled into Ojo de Aqua Gin. "Oh Yeah!"

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    Dry Gin
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Oliver Matter

Ojo De Agua Dry

(0.5l, 43%)

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