Botanicals

Botanicals

JUNIPER is the main botanical in gin. We use the best we can find. The juniper bush grows typically in sandy soil and stands beautiful throughout the winter.

ROSEMARY is a woody, perennial herb with fragrant, evergreen, needle-like leaves and white, pink, purple, or blue flowers. It grows naturally in the Mediterranean region. When using rosemary in gin, you get a bit of a savory note and touch of the Mediterranean atmosphere.

LIQUORICE is a root from which a sweet flavour can be extracted. It is not botanically related to anise, star anise, or fennel, which are sources of similar flavouring compounds.

ORANGE PEEL is the peel of the Orange fruit. The peel has a lot of aromatic oils and can be used both in sweet and savory dishes. It is a classic and very popular ingredient in gin – and you can use orange peel as a garnish in most G&Ts.

 

Cocktails

Gin & Tonic

5 cl HERBIE GIN ORIGINAL
10 cl classic tonic

Fill a glass you like with lots of ice cubes and the Herbie Gin Original and stir slowly to cool down the gin. Add slowly the tonic and garnish with an organic orange peel or rosemary.

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SENSES

Nose

Sweet nose of warm spices like
liquorice root, juniper and cardamom

Taste

Lots of flowers and white pepper. Well balanced with citrus and juniper and full of character. Sweet and long finish of flowers.

Garnish

Slice of apple or orange peel.

Bee’s knees

5 cl HERBIE GIN ORIGINAL
3 cl lemon juice
3 cl honey syrup (1 water:1 honey)

Add all ingredients to a shaker and fill with ice. Shake and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

Garnish with fresh ground pepper.

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Awards

Awards

  • Best Gin – Double Gold Medal 2016
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