When it comes to drinking, there are no hard and fast rules. Isn’t it only that you drink? Both yes and no. When you get educated on a spirit, you have the chance to fall in love with it even if you were previously undecided. Gin has a terrible reputation for being “too pine-y,” abrasive, or tasting like cleaning fluid, according to some detractors.
But it’s also one of the most adaptable and intriguing spirits around, produced using a variety of botanicals that work well in a variety of drinks. Once you get past the traditional botanicals of a classic London dry gin—juniper, coriander, angelica root, and citrus—you’ll find a slew of experimental “new” gins experimenting with lemongrass, Douglas fir, and lavender, to name a few possibilities. It’s safe to say that there’s a gin to fit everyone’s preferences.
Ways To Create A Gin
If you are in love with the Premium Gin, you must know its processing too. Premium gin is prepared with care in Southeast Asia from locally sourced fresh ingredients such as pineapple, citrus fruits, coconut, ginger, coriander seeds, lemongrass, and juniper. Here comes the ways to create a gin:
- STEEPLY BOTANICAL
Before beginning gin distillation, we infuse our distinctive base spirit with our botanicals for several days at room temperature to ensure that the natural essences and flavours are thoroughly absorbed. In our tropical climate, natural temperature infusion is the most sensitive technique to capture our essences without affecting their fundamental nature.
- INFUSED WITH VAPOUR
Our botanically steeped spirit is then added to the bottom of the still with freshly pulped pineapple. The distillation process can begin, and additional botanical absorption and interaction occur towards the top of the still via vapour infusion.
- SLOWLY HEATED SMALL BATCH
To ensure the flavour and quality of our finished spirit, distillation is continuously monitored and completed in small batches using a moderate heating procedure. Our pineapples, which have been freshly chopped and juiced, are slowly simmering in the saucepan. A burnt sugar flavour would occur from too much heat, leaving the pineapple flavour behind to be discarded!
- BOTTLED AND LABELLED BY HAND
Before being delivered throughout the world, each bottle is manually verified, labelled, and roped. There are no machines in the world that can accept our unique bottle form, which can be found nowhere else.