Unique premium Gin experiment.
Making Gin is pretty straight-forward: distill a fermentable base and re-distill it with juniper and other botanicals. But the guys at Oxley Distillery invented a new way to make Gin. A team of distillers and scientists came up with a so-called vacuum distillation: create a vacuum and bring the boiling point of Spirit down. No, waaay down: down to 23°F. We know, it’s nuts! But distilling at such low temperatures makes sure botanicals remain intact. It’s clever and it produces a truly premium product — it’s like Walter and Jesse decided to cook Gin.
The "Recipe 38" includes fourteen botanicals (aniseed, cassia, coriander, juniper, licorice, etc.) that go through fifteen hours of maceration. Oxley is bright, fresh and vivacious. It’s technically a London Dry Gin, but in reality, it is a magnificent science experiment gone absolutely right.