The name given to the still. A 500 litre hybrid still which can be used as both a pot still and a column still.
Pot distilling is the traditional method and how gin has always been made, where all botanicals are macerated in the pot and then boiled.
Column stills are a newer invention; Gracie’s column has 6 plates which purify the alcohol meaning the still can make pure, smooth vodkas.
In short, Gracie has the best of both worlds.
The Botanicals are hand-
When cooled back down to a liquid it begins to come out the other end of the still as gin.
You can enjoy a bottle of Poetic License spirit knowing it was crafted with care and commitment by hand.
As you would expect from the name, this gin offers a strong aroma of orange and is zesty, refreshing yet floral on the palate!
It’s slightly sweeter than a typical gin with its hints of vanilla and a lingering citrus finish.
Pour over large chunks of ice, serve with Mediterranean tonic and an orange peel and rosemary garnish.
It’s an uplifting drink that stirs up the vibes of the lighter, warmer months.