Distillery No. 209 Gin Kosher

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We knew that it was not a simple feat since Kosher standards preclude using any grain based spirit, and additionally, several key botanicals are not Passover approved. But we love...
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We knew that it was not a simple feat since Kosher standards preclude using any grain based spirit, and additionally, several key botanicals are not Passover approved. But we love a challenge...so Arne fired up the still and his creativity during the gin trials” to discover innovative Passover approved herbs and spices, and under the supervision of the Orthodox Union, created a new gin recipe that has a remarkable modern taste profile using a sugar cane base spirit. It debuted for Passover 2010 and was very well received. In fact, we have several restaurants who stock it year round because their customers drink it, not for religious reasons, but because they love the taste. Juniper, which by law is required to be the dominant flavor in any gin, is only one of dozens of different spices, roots, herbs and berries that can be used to flavor gin. Each combination creates a unique flavor. In addition to juniper (Tuscany), the recipe for No. 209 Kosher-for-Passover Gin includes somewhere between eight and eleven different botanicals that all adhere strictly to Kosher dietary law. The complexity of this Passover in- spired gin is primarily the result of bergamot orange (Calabria), California bay leaf (Napa Valley), lemon peel (Spain), cassia bark (Indonesia), angelica root (United Kingdom) and coriander seeds (Romania). California Bay leaf and a variety of other botanicals were used in lieu of cardomom to recreate the flavor profile of the standard No. 209 Gin, while still adhering to Kosher dietary law. Kosher Liquor

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