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Collective Arts Plum and Blackthorn Gin

Collective Arts Plum and Blackthorn Gin

Size: 0,75 l
(43.5% ABV)
$35.99
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  • BrandCollective Arts
  • CategoryGin
  • CountryUnited States
  • RegionChicago
  • DistilleryCollective Arts
  • Style Botanical Blend Gin
  • Alcohol43.5%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 Warning.

A lightly purple Gin of a complex harmony of aromatics.

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.

A small batch Gin, Collective Arts Plum and Blackthorn Gin immediately stands out with its light purple color. That’s not the only reason it’s so special, though. It’s crafted with botanicals that are infused both through maceration and vapor infusion and the long list includes juniper, coriander, green cardamom pods, black pepper, cinnamon, whole clove, ginger, mace, fresh lemon and orange peel, orris root, almond, blackthorn berries and plum. In terms of flavor, that translates to a complex harmony of aromatics, spicy, and fruity components. Oh, and it won Gold at World Gin Awards.

The label is the work of Nate Otto, an artist, illustrator and muralist from Chicago, Illinois.

Flavor Spiral TM
  • plum plum
  • cardamom cardamom
  • orange orange
  • ginger ginger
  • fruit fruit
  • spicy spicy
  • cinnamon cinnamon

Appearance / Color
Light purple

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Complex with cardamom, mace, orange.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Fruity and balanced with spicy black peppercorns, ginger and cinnamon.

Finish
Complex

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A lightly purple Gin of a complex harmony of aromatics.

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.

A small batch Gin, Collective Arts Plum and Blackthorn Gin immediately stands out with its light purple color. That’s not the only reason it’s so special, though. It’s crafted with botanicals that are infused both through maceration and vapor infusion and the long list includes juniper, coriander, green cardamom pods, black pepper, cinnamon, whole clove, ginger, mace, fresh lemon and orange peel, orris root, almond, blackthorn berries and plum. In terms of flavor, that translates to a complex harmony of aromatics, spicy, and fruity components. Oh, and it won Gold at World Gin Awards.

The label is the work of Nate Otto, an artist, illustrator and muralist from Chicago, Illinois.

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  • BrandCollective Arts
  • CategoryGin
  • CountryUnited States
  • RegionChicago
  • DistilleryCollective Arts
  • Style Botanical Blend Gin
  • Alcohol43.5%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 Warning.
Flavor Spiral TM
  • plum plum
  • cardamom cardamom
  • orange orange
  • ginger ginger
  • fruit fruit
  • spicy spicy
  • cinnamon cinnamon

Appearance / Color
Light purple

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Complex with cardamom, mace, orange.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Fruity and balanced with spicy black peppercorns, ginger and cinnamon.

Finish
Complex

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Sandi
This one surprised me. I reall...

This one surprised me. I really enjoyed the sweetness of the plums with this one. I've tried it with different flavors of tonic and it seems to bring out the flavors differently with each one. Differently worth a try.