Aviation Gin is light on the juniper so it doesn’t have a strong perfumy nose, making it the only gin truly designed to be consumed straight with ice. Aviation Gin is a small batch New Western Style Dry Gin thought to be the first true partnership between distiller and bartender.
- Aviation has the delicacy of a London dry gin, yet the weight of a Dutch genever.
- Leading US mixologist Ryan Magarian, its creator, describes it as a “botanical democracy” of juniper, cardamom, coriander, lavender, anise seed, sarsaparilla, and dried orange peel.
- As with most dry gins, Aviation shines brightest when properly mixed in classic and modern culinary cocktails.
- However, unlike most dry gins, Aviation sets itself apart with its slightly subdued juniper, citrus presence and earthy flavour against the backdrop of creamy rye spirit which makes it uniquely enjoyable all by itself, both ice cold and at room temperature.
- Aviation takes its name from the Aviation Cocktail, which was invented by Hugo Ensslin, a bartender at the Hotel Wallick in New York during the early 20th Century.
- 42% ABV; 12 x 750ml
- $55 wholesale price, RRP of $70-$80
Currently available for consumers through selected on-premise outlets or by mail order from Odd Whisky Coy www.aviationgin.com
For orders contact James France on 0408 411 859 or email firstname.lastname@example.org