Tommyrotter American Gin

Tommyrotter American Gin

(0.75l, 42%)


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Inspired by artisan rebels.

Bobby Finan and Sean Insalaco burst onto the craft distilling scene in 2015. Their distillery resides one of Buffalo’s earliest districts; the Hydraulics neighborhood. As the town’s first manufacturing district, founded in the 1820’s, the neighborhood is a buzzing hive of industrial commercial real estate.

The industrial chic distillery is named after the Tommyrotters’ Club, which according to the distillery founders, were “a band of rebellious artisans in the early 20th century who broke rank from the Arts and Crafts Movement to create for creation’s sake. They sought adventure, mischief, and inspiration in nature.”

And it’s open to visitors, except for in the winter time. Because it’s f***king freezing. Buffalo’s record temperatures have crawled to -20 degrees Fahrenheit, not once, but twice (on February 9, 1934, and February 2, 1961).

In the summer, spring, and autumn months their beautiful, modern, glass-walled, mezzanine tasting room give a unique view of the entire simple, yet quite meticulous production process. No frills. No automation. Just handcrafted Spirits, distilled batch by batch in small copper stills. Their Spirits are also distilled from American farm-grown grains. They fill and label every single bottle by hand.

Award-winning Tommyrotter American Gin is pot-distilled in small batches to articulate a deliberate blend of infused herbs, fruits, roots, and flowers. As Tommyrotters puts it, “An ode to our craft, this is an independent Gin.” Bottled at 42% ABV. 

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cardamom
floral
agave
spicy
herbs
coriander
juniper
fruit
cinnamon
What does Tommyrotter American Gin taste like?

The Flavor Spiral™ shows the most common flavors that you'll taste in Tommyrotter American 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.
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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Clear

Nose / Aroma
Bright and floral, gentle spice and citrus, juniper, cinnamon, and cardamom

Taste / Flavor / Palate
Clean and smooth with cardamom cassia and strong floral notes, coriander, and peppercorn

Finish
Medium length, and filled will botanical notes

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Ratings & Reviews
Matthew
Matthew,
Amazing! Bright, citrusy notes that beg to not adulterated with any mixers. A personal favorite.
 
Stephen
Stephen,
Excellent new distillery, extremely smooth. Very easy to drink or mix into cocktails.
 
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