St. George Terroir Gin

St. George


(0.7l, 45%)

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Gin Californication. 
St. George Distillery of Alameda, California, has for been producing craft spirits for the past 32 years. They’re among the first in the United States to start the whole craft movement - that’s before craft was even a buzzword. They started as a one-man operation located in a bare-bones production facility all those years ago, and have now grown to a diverse team of individuals passionate about artisan spirits, with a 65,000-squre-foot hangar with a spectacular tasting room, laboratory, and a lineup of the most beautiful pot stills in the industry. They’re not into the whole craft movement, nor Big brands vs. Small brands. They don’t care about all that. They just wanna make f*cking great spirits. That’s it. Better is better, they say.
St. George Terroir Gin was made expressly with the purpose to teleport your tasting senses (and maybe yourself too) to California. They infuse the Gin with botanicals such as Douglas fir, California bay laurel, coastal sage and other evocative botanicals. The fir and sage are individually distilled in a 250-liter, while the other botanicals go right into their 1,500-liter still.

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    United States
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    St. George
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    St. George

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Colour
Crystal clear.
Smell / Nose / Aroma 
Californian Forrest. Piney, rosemary, bay leaf, sage. 
Flavour / Taste / Palate
Strong dose of fir and juniper, hints of citrus, fennel.
Botanical, medium-long, assertive.
Ratings & Reviews
Best I've ever had. Very strong pine and rosemary. Slight notes of wood (oak?) that make this a stand out.
Amazing. Christmas morning in a glass.
Great. Easy on the nose, the taste is strong with rosemary.
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