Gothic Gin is handcrafted and sustainably sourced from the finest ingredients from around the world. The taste of Gothic Gin delivers distinct, clean botanicals that take you on a journey into the spirit of the Gothic Quarter. Its bouquet conjures a lively fragrant night life, yet the taste invites a subtle, relaxed finish.

Juniper Berries

The seed of an evergreen tree, juniper gave gin its name. Legend has it that gin is named after the French or Dutch word for juniper. Juniper berries have been used medicinally by herbalists and as a spice for wild game and duck dishes. Juniper has a peppery, pine taste with a touch of citrus.

Coriander Seeds

Coriander seeds come from the fruit of the popular coriander herb. Used throughout the world to season dishes and even eaten toasted as a snack, coriander seeds may have a sweet, citrus, or nutty taste depending on how they’re prepared.

Orris Root

The aged root of the iris, orris helps to give Gothic Gin its elegant texture and taste. Before being used in gin, orris root is dried for at least 5 years and then turned into a powder. Orris root is sometimes found in the Moroccan spice blend Ras el hanout.

Black Lampong Peppercorns

Black Lampong peppercorns are not your ordinary pepper. It has a light flavor without the burn of some peppercorns. Some say the taste reminds them of a warm campfire in a pine forest.

Eucalyptus Leaf

Eucalyptus is an evergreen tree from Australia that can also be found growing in the sunny climates of the Mediterranean and California. Long used by healers for medicinal purposes, eucalyptus is loved for its fresh, bright scent. It brings a lively, luminous flavor to anything it’s added to.

Angelica Root

Angelica is a plant with a long history of use. People have candied its root and even used it for Shamanic medicine! Angelica root’s earthy flavor has been compared to licorice and is a must have in fine gin recipes.

Valencia Orange Peel

Who doesn’t love the smell of a freshly peeled orange? Sweet orange peel captures that bolt of sunshine you get every time you open a fresh, ripe orange. Sweet orange peel gives just the slightest touch of citrus to Gothic Gin.