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Social Gin

Social Gin

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Ireland’s first community sourced Gin.

Inspired by science, community and nature Social Gin is a truly unique gin that has been perfected in Dublin 8 at our independent experimental distillery. Working with our Social Botanists – people from both the local and bartending community, botanicals were grown both at home and in our community garden to create our Social Gin.

Along with a traditional pot still, Social Gin utilises vacuum distillation to distil the botanicals at a lower temperature capturing fresh flavours of our socially sourced botanicals. Botanicals include Juniper, Mint, Lavender, Rosehips, Orris, Caraway, Cardamom, Lemon Zest, Rowan Berry, Cubeb, Angelica, Licorice, Black Pepper & Lime Peel.

SKU: 10061 Category:
ABV:
41% ABV
Size:
200ml-700ml
Type:
Dublin Gin

Description

Irish Gin – Stillgarden Social Gin is Ireland’s first community sourced Gin.

Social Gin

  • Dublin Dry Gin
  • 41% ABV
  • 70CL
  • Socially Sourced Botanicals
  • Social Botanists Programme

Aroma

Fresh burst of mint with citrus and floral undertones.

Taste

Dry and Floral on the palette with a hint of herbaceous spice on the finish.

Social Gin from stillgarden

Social Gin delivers fresh bursts of mint with a zesty citrus and floral finish.

Along with a traditional pot still, we use cold vacuum distillation to capture the fresh flavours of our socially sourced botanicals.

Inspired by science, community and nature Social Gin is a truly unique gin that has been perfected in Dublin 8 at our independent experimental distillery.

the perfect serve

SOCIAL GIN & TONIC

  • 35ML Stillgarden Social Gin
  • Top with Natural Tonic Water
  • Tall glass full of ice
  • Garnish with orange peel and a fresh mint sprig

Enjoy Responsibly and always Socially

botanicals

Juniper

The quintessential ingredient of gin, and described by head distiller Alan as "glorious," Juniper is known for its distinct flavour combination of pine and citric character that helps to make gin taste so fresh in comparison to unflavoured spirits, such as vodka. We have a handful of Macedonian Juniper shrubs growing in the garden that we hope will make it into our drinks after their two-to-three-year ripening cycle, but there is also a native Irish juniper that grows in the west of Ireland.

Lavender

Mint

Rowan Berry

Rosehip

Cardamom

Caraway

Part of the Carrot Family, with seeds that look like cumin but taste like sweet liquorice. Caraway is a strong grower, self-seeding along much of the garden, and providing a bountiful harvest of the seeds we use in this drink. The root is tasty too.

Lemon Zest

Angelica

Orris

Liquorice

Lime Peel

Black Pepper

Not just used for culinary purposes, black pepper brings spice to the table. Native to South India, black peppercorns and their woody, fragrant characteristics account for a significant percentage of the world spice market.

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