Bainbridge Heritage Douglas Fir Gin
This is an expressive and dynamic American gin, certainly not shy about letting you know that it's a gin of a different, and we think better, stripe. The nose is ripe with notes of supple organic juniper, a hint or cardamom and the brightness of fresh-harvested doug fir boughs. The palate is brilliant with notes of juniper berry and citrus peel, and hints of fennel, coriander and fresh botanicals. In a martini this gin comes to life, but it's also the perfect partner to high quality mixers used in cocktails simple and complex. As with our grains, the botanicals used in Bainbridge Heritage Organic Doug Fir Gin are grown by family farmers who share our vision to making organic products the best available anywhere and commitment to doing things the right way.
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