GIN MIST holds its taste of distilled juniper berries. Lemongrass brings him a fresh and pleasant note. Other plants are also present for the assembly of a warm aroma such as hops, coriander and angelica root.
The specific assembly of these quality plants disturbs gin after distillation, which is why it has been called GIN MIST (fog).
With its powerful and penetrating aroma, you will not resist the urge to drink it pure. But if you succumb to the temptation to add elements to your glass, we advise you to add lemonade with a slice of lemon.
The gin appeared in the Netherlands in the 14th century under the name of Genever before finishing between the stills of the distillery AWEN NATURE.