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Gompers Estate Gin 750 ml

45% ABV| 90 Proof | Redmond, Oregon

$37.99 $30.99

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"Gompers Distillery is Redmond, Oregon’s first distillery producing gin in small, hand-crafted batches with local ingredients. Our family-owned distillery is steeped in history! Herman Gompers: Herman was born into a family of hoteliers and bakers in Enschede, Holland but was forced into hiding after the Nazis invaded. Herman found refuge in Niekerk where he hid in an 8 x 8 room, could not go outside during the day and lived there until after the War. During the War, Herman was captured by the invading army twice but managed to escape both times. After the War, Herman met his wife, Deborah. Hermen went to Israel while Deborah remained in Holland so that he could fight in the War of Independence, where he served as a demolitions expert. After the War of Independence, the two relocated to Israel. After moving to Israel Herman finally got his bakery. The Dutch Bakery, and was able to build it into a small empire before moving with his wife and two sons to Los Angeles. Through the good times and bad, Herman remained bold, spirited and full of life which is everything we want to embody with Gompers Gin and Gompers Distillery."
Gompers Estate Gin is a 90-proof handcrafted New World style American gin distilled in Bend, Oregon using handpicked Oregon Juniper Berries (giving Gompers its distinctive blonde color), golden pear and lavender. Gompers Gin may be enjoyed neat, on the rocks or in your favorite Gomptail (our version of a cocktail). No gin face with Gompers Gin just delicious flavors. Our philosophy is that all gins are NOT created equally.
About the Distillery:
Gompers Distillery is Redmond, Oregon’s first distillery producing gin in small, hand-crafted batches with local ingredients. Our family-owned distillery is steeped in history!
Herman Gompers:
Herman was born into a family of hoteliers and bakers in Enschede, Holland but was forced into hiding after the Nazis invaded. Herman found refuge in Niekerk where he hid in an 8 x 8 room, could not go outside during the day and lived there until after the War. During the War, Herman was captured by the invading army twice but managed to escape both times.
After the War, Herman met his wife, Deborah. Hermen went to Israel while Deborah remained in Holland so that he could fight in the War of Independence, where he served as a demolitions expert. After the War of Independence, the two relocated to Israel. After moving to Israel Herman finally got his bakery. The Dutch Bakery, and was able to build it into a small empire before moving with his wife and two sons to Los Angeles.
Through the good times and bad, Herman remained bold, spirited and full of life which is everything we want to embody with Gompers Gin and Gompers Distillery.
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