Terroir Gin was created as an ode to the monumental trees and misty glens of Northern California. The spicy, woodsy flavors of Douglas fir, bay laurel and sage paint a picture of California’s wild, natural beauty. Nine more botanicals, including coriander roasted in a well-seasoned wok (cool!), round out this evocative gin.
The folks at St. George love gin so much they couldn't make just one. Instead, they crafted three, each with a distinctive blend of botanicals. The trio of Dry Rye, Terroir and Botanivore makes a great gift for gin drinkers – stunning and affordable. St. George can't always keep up with demand so when all three are available, we recommend snatching them up.
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Try St. George's elegant take on a Lemon Sage Martini: Muddle 3 sage leaves, 3 lemon slices and 3/4 oz ginger syrup (we like P&H Soda Syrup) in a cocktail shaker. Add ice and 2 1/2 oz Terroir gin and shake until very cold. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a sage leaf and a lemon twist.
Did you know?
Gin can be infused with a wide variety of botanicals, but it MUST contain juniper berries, which are responsible for that distinct, piney, gin-y flavor.