Strange Attraction (4 Gin Set)

Travel the rocky path of love, complete with lovers quarrel, and a flowery and sweet finish to make up. This wonderful “Strange Attraction” 4 set will tantalise your taste buds. Discover gin from around the world, South African Inverroche, New Zealand Broken Heart, the spicy British Ophir and the delicious British Bloom.

  • Inverroche Amber

    South Africa | 43.5% abv | Floral | Main botanicals: Fynbos herbs and spices | Recommended Pairing: Orange Peel

    A tribute to the spice trade, Opihr (pronounced "o-peer") is made by G&J Greenall. It is named after the port from which King Solomon harbored ships returning with perilously collected exotic items which included the usual gold, silver and pearls, but also difficult to obtain spices, and animals, such as apes and peacocks. The botanicals that give this spiced gin its unique flavor and roundness are each from a different country, along the historical spice routes (be sure to visit their website later for the full history lesson!). Opihr Gin comes in an South-Asian themed bottle featuring red, blue gold-trimmed elephants as well as a tiny crown-crested union jack in the center. A finishing touch – the bottle is tied around the neck with a red and gold curtain tassel. Very stylish!

    It’s a journey along the Spice Route that leads to Opihr Oriental Spiced Gin. -Opihrgin.com

  • Broken Heart

    New Zealand | 40% abv | Citrus | Main botanicals: Angelica root, hops and malt, lavender, and 
    a mix of secret spices. | Recommended Pairing: Orange or Grapefruit

    Broken Heart Gin is a tribute to friendship. The story begins with Joerg Henkenhaf (a pilot) and Bernd Schnabel (an engineer), two German’s living in New Zealand, with similar distilling ideas, embarked upon a three year project distilling the perfect gin. Sadly, in 2012, Bernd became ill with a particularly ruthless strain of cancer and passed away, leaving Joerg heart broken. A few months later Joerg decided to share the gin they made with the world, and Broken Heart Gin was born as a tribute to friendship and as a reminder to share treasured moments with the ones you love.

    … as much as a broken heart hurts, it’s also a space to be filled with new beginnings -Brokenheartspirits.com

  • Opihr

    United Kingdom | 40% abv | Spiced | Main botanicals: Cubeb, cardamom, ginger, black pepper, 
    cumin, grapefruit, coriander, orange, angelica | Recommended Pairing: Chili

    A tribute to the spice trade, Opihr (pronounced "o-peer") is made by G&J Greenall. It is named after the port from which King Solomon harbored ships returning with perilously collected exotic items which included the usual gold, silver and pearls, but also difficult to obtain spices, and animals, such as apes and peacocks. The botanicals that give this spiced gin its unique flavor and roundness are each from a different country, along the historical spice routes (be sure to visit their website later for the full history lesson!). Opihr Gin comes in an South-Asian themed bottle featuring red, blue gold-trimmed elephants as well as a tiny crown-crested union jack in the center. A finishing touch – the bottle is tied around the neck with a red and gold curtain tassel. Very stylish!

    It’s a journey along the Spice Route that leads to Opihr Oriental Spiced Gin.  -Opihrgin.com

     

  • BLOOM

    United Kingdom | 40% abv | Floral | Main botanicals: Juniper, honeysuckle, chamomile and pomelo | Recommended Pairing: Strawberry

    Created by Joanne Moore, one of the few master female gin distillers at the second largest distillery in Britain, at G&J Greenall. BLOOM Gin's London Dry is made  with less common gin botanicals such as chamomile (floral softness), honeysuckle and pomelo (orangey notes), which captures the essence of spring gardens. It's triple distilled and fresh demineralised spring water is used to reduce the spirit to 40% ABV. BLOOM comes in a modern and decidedly feminine bottle,  which represents a fresh new way to present Gin. Thus, it appeals to many a broader market of drink enthusiasts, rather than just gin fans.

    BLOOM is a distinctly floral London Dry Gin inspired by the 
    true beauty of nature, created by Joanne Moore. -Bloomgin.com

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