Hailing from the watershed. Which is known as Catoctin Creek. Its waters are known to drain To the bay called Chesapeke.
And the distillers call Loudon County, VA their home Released a few years back a gin of their very own!
So they built their gin from scratch Up on a base of Rye! and the label says its organic! for which it is genuinely certified!
So what say you Aaron? what do you think of this gin? At 100 proof it brings its heat what kind of cocktails will you mix it in?
Enough with the Rhymes/Its drinking time! We’ll hang up our poetry hat for a moment and get down to business right here. The nose is a tad strawlike, notes or carraway and pepper, but with a hint of something a bit jam-like in there, giving off hints of hibiscus and blueberry. Very subtly floral, but predominantly grainy. It doesn’t quite have a white whiskey nose, but you can tell you might be in the neighborhood.
At 100 proof,you might be expecting it to a bit harsher than it is. True, while it brings a noticeable heat, it is still rather smooth.