Named after Mount Greylock, the highest point in Massachusetts, this London Dry-style gin is hand crafted in small batches with a proprietary blend of botanicals.
Founder Chris Weld – a former E.R. physician’s assistant – doesn’t cut corners on any of his award-winning spirits. Greylock is no exception: Chris packs his secret botanical blend into a gin head suspended over a classic pot still. This old-school, labor-intensive method infuses the distillate with each botanical’s essence, resulting in a jaw-dropping hooch with a floral bouquet of juniper, citrus, clove, wintergreen and a hint of licorice.
Fun fact: Berkshire Mountain Distillery is considered a forerunner in the craft distilling movement. They’re also supporters of local agriculture, using regional materials in many of their products to create an authentic, artisanal product. No wonder the New York Times crowned Greylock the “number one craft gin in the country.”
Tip of the Tongue
Greylock Gin makes a great martini, but we also love it in a Negroni: Combine 1.5 oz gin, 1 oz St. George Bruto Americano and 1 oz Vya Sweet Vermouth in a mixing glass with ice. Stir until blended and well-chilled. Strain into a coupe or martini glass and garnish with an orange twist. Yep, we take it straight up.
40% alcohol by volume. Comes in a 750 ml bottle.