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Aviation American Gin 750ml

NV Aviation American Gin [click image to zoom]
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Aviation Gin is made with 100% grain neutral spirit and what can simply be described as a “botanical democracy” of Juniper, Cardamom, Coriander, Lavender, Anise Seed, Sarsaparilla and dried Sweet Orange Peel. Aviation shines both on its own as well as in resurrected vintage gin drinks and modern culinary cocktails.

In pioneering a new dry style especially for the American palate, Aviation takes advantage of the rich, floral and savory flavor notes of alternative botanicals such as lavender, cardamom, and Indian sarsaparilla to capture the lushness, spice, creativity, and freshness of the Pacific Northwest.

As with most dry gins, Aviation shines brightest when properly mixed in classic and modern culinary cocktails. Aviation, in particular, works best in citrus accented drinks that play off its unique notes of lavender, cardamom, Indian sarsaparilla, and anise seed.

Unlike most dry gins, however, Aviation sets itself apart with its slightly subdued juniper and citrus presence against the back drop of creamy grain spirit, which makes it uniquely, enjoyable all by itself, both ice cold and at room temperature.

- Distiller's Notes

Producer: House Spirits Distillery
Website: www.housespirits.com


Price: $34.99

Availability: 9


Country: United States

Region: Oregon

Type: Gin and Jenever
Gin has come a long way since its infamous origins as the scourge of the working classes in 18th century in England. Once called "mother's ruin," gin and its closest relative, Jenever, enjoyed mass popularity during the early 20th century, in cocktails and punches across the globe, but declined with cocktail culture in the 60's and 70's. The international resurgence of martinis and speakeasies has led to a boom in microdistilleries producing high-quality gins for all tastes, from dry to sweet, and with all the aromatic variety of a spice market.