Botanical: Rose

roseA rose by any other name, would it taste as sweet?

Once a symbol of prestige in perfumes, owing to the difficult of obtaining the delicate aroma of the rose petal, distillers have come up with a wide range of methods to pull those aromas out. Maceration and the addition of rose after distillation is one way to avoid cooking the rose, while some other distillers play with low-temperature and vacuum distillation.

There’s a vast number of Roses out there, each with their own unique aroma profile. Similar to perfume, we see a lot of distillers use the Damask Rose, Cabbage Rose and Dog Rose in their gins.

Gins featuring Rose

Roslags Gin

Last updated November 24th, 2018 by Aaron Knoll

Uncle Val’s Restorative Gin

Last updated November 21st, 2018 by Aaron Knoll

Unity Gin

Last updated July 22nd, 2018 by Aaron Knoll

Eden Mill Love Gin

Last updated November 11th, 2017 by Aaron Knoll

Calamity Gin

Last updated August 4th, 2017 by Aaron Knoll

Glendalough Wild Botanical Gin

Last updated July 25th, 2017 by Aaron Knoll

Black Button Lilac Gin (2017)

Last updated July 20th, 2017 by Aaron Knoll

Hendrick’s Gin

Last updated April 5th, 2017 by Aaron Knoll

Spy Hop Distilled Gin

Last updated December 30th, 2015 by Aaron Knoll

Ferdinand’s Saar Quince

Last updated December 17th, 2015 by Aaron Knoll

Helsinki Dry Gin

Last updated December 5th, 2015 by Aaron Knoll

Stovell’s Wildcrafted Gin

Last updated September 2nd, 2015 by Aaron Knoll

Merrylegs Genever Style Gin

Last updated August 17th, 2015 by Aaron Knoll

Okanagan Gin

Last updated May 1st, 2015 by Aaron Knoll

Jack Rabbit Gin

Last updated December 30th, 2014 by Aaron Knoll

Port of Dragons 100% Floral

Last updated March 13th, 2013 by Aaron Knoll

Comb 9 Gin

Last updated January 22nd, 2013 by Aaron Knoll

River Rose Gin

Last updated March 19th, 2012 by Aaron Knoll

Nolet Silver Gin

Last updated November 21st, 2011 by Aaron Knoll
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