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Driftless Glen Navy Strength Gin 750 ml
57% ABV | 114 Proof | Baraboo, WI
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"Driftless Glen is set just around the hillsides of the Baraboo valley, purposely nestled along the river which flows as smoothly as the spirits that are distilled inside. At Driftless Glen our goal is to make spirits just as unique as the people who taste them, so when we searched the country for a terroir harboring the grain and water necessary to make a matchless expression of bourbon and rye, we couldn’t ignore the Driftless Area in Wisconsin. We didn’t choose our home for the Driftless Glen distillery. Rather we discovered a bountiful region rich with peat, bogs, an amazing aquifer, and uncommon sandy soil for our grains to grow in. Now people come from throughout the country to discover this region for themselves and tour the refined distillation and tasting experience we offer. Our edge of the Driftless Area is known as Sand County, and is distinctive from the rest of the world because of the specific combination of temperature, water, soil, and weather and which all combine to form our remarkable spirits. Come visit us on the banks of the Baraboo River, the longest mainstream restored free flowing river in America, and witness the masterful distilling process we use to bring our unique spirits to life. We take pride in our refined double distillation process that includes a 10,000 pound, 44 foot tall column still along with our one-of-a-kind pot still. Using grain and water from the Driftless Region, we produce and barrel bourbon or rye daily, and we are always happy to demonstrate how important superior distillation is to us. Come and share our dream “Taste the American Spirit”."
London Dry style of Gin, infused with only juniper. Premium Vodka is the base. High proof makes for excellent martini Gin. Pine and evergreen on the nose, with subtle notes of bark and berry on the palette. Made with water that travels through the glens and dells that surround the distillery in the region that the glaciers left untouched. Infused with traditional botanicals, the bouquet opens throughout this entire spirit with classical juniper notes – like pre-prohibition gins – and finishes with a twist of citrus. As rations kept for the British Navy, sailors found out unique ways to test the proper alcohol content. This was done by combining gin with gun powder and igniting to ensure 114 proof.