“Two Tails that wagged as one,” the label says, “dogs with but a single bark.: It might be a bit of a stretch to apply the story of this gin’s name to the gin itself, but it’s a good story so we’re going to anyway.
In a world where dogs outnumbered men, two dogs won their way into the heart of San Franciscans the city around.
The scene: a dog fight in an alley. Lazarus is getting badly beaten. Bummer enters from stage left.
Bummer tends to Lazarus’ wounds. He makes an astonishing recovery, hence the name.
This summer, experience the heartwarming story of love, compassion,and the journey of two dogs who rose from the streets where they were raised to become two of San Francisco’s finest, going where no dogs have before.
Narrated by Mark Twain. Coming soon.
The gin itself is a grape based [California Grape Brandy] and boasts a rather traditional bill of botanical bill with a bold flavor profile, distilled on hand built stills.