Explore our botanicals
Flavor: the soul of every gin
If there's no juniper berries - then it's not gin! Juniper berries aren't actually berries at all, they are like the "pinecones" of the juniper tree and they are full of wonderful coniferous flavors. They are used throughout European cuisine to give seasoning for meat dishes. The name "gin" actually comes from the French "genièvre" and Dutch "jenever", both of which are names for juniper. In traditional medicine, juniper berries were used for female birth control.
Once you get tipsy enough you may start to wonder which ingredients you already have at home that would be perfect to infuse in your gin...
Become a mixologist in 3 easy steps
Step 1: Select your recipe and botanicals
Each kit includes 4 recipies for you to choose from where you can select the flavour profile you want. If you want to have a little extra fun, break the rules a little bit and go heavy on the orange peels or lavender.
Step 2: Infuse your botanicals
Mix the botanicals with your base alcohol, shake and seal it up and let sit for 24 hours. When a day goes by you can filter out the spices and you are left with your delicious custom gin.
Step 3: Craft a fun cocktail
Now that you have your special home-made gin, you can make your favourite Gin & Tonic, Negroni or Martini. Your drink will have a personality like no other!