Barreled Botanicals

Author: Julia Gordon
Do you love gin and are thirsty for more? Are you a die-hard brown spirits fan that needs a push to the botanically influenced side of the spirits world? Barreled gins are the answer to the question you never knew needed asking, and these five are some of our favorites!
Always Trust Your Chemist

Always Trust Your Chemist

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Named to honor the legions of chemists that kept the craft of distillation alive during Prohibition, Chemist Barrel Rested Aged Gin is produced at Apothecary Beverage Company in Asheville, North Carolina. This golden stunner's spiced notes come from the crafted combination of local botanicals and some one-on-one time with the wood. Enjoy yours on the rocks, or add an extra buzz of flavor to your next |Bee's Knees|.

Epically Good

Epically Good

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The saying 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' can be directly applied to this 18th century recipe. The Cadee Epic Sht is a lovely London Dry gin that's finished in ex-bourbon barrels. Get creative when stirring these rich, fruity notes into a cocktail--split this with your go-to gin in a Martini or go a few steps further and dress this star in a Tuxedo.

Mooning Over Martin Miller

Mooning Over Martin Miller

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After this English gin spends nine moon cycles (that's nine months for those of us that are less astrologically inclined) in Iceland in new French oak casks, Martin Millers 9 Moons Solera Reserve Barrel Aged Gin is born. This little bottle has a lot of flavor, and we recommend letting it tell you its delicious story in an Old Fashioned.

Coated in Flavor

Coated in Flavor

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The 100% certified organic botanical's in Philadelphia's Bluecoat Barrel Finished Gin are dressed in their finest after a few months resting in the barrel. The floral notes combine harmoniously with the decadence of wood influence, and if you're ever in the mood for a Negroni and a Boulevardier at the same time, this gin will make sure you don't have to compromise!

Take Me to Ivy City

Take Me to Ivy City

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Made in DC's northeast quadrant, District Made Barrel Rested Ivy City Gin is aged in a combination of ex-bourbon barrels and new American oak barrels to give a perfectly balanced complexity. The flavors tumbling out of every pour are ready to make you a marvelous Martinez, and would happily add a tasty twist as the base of your next perfect Manhattan.

Always Trust Your Chemist
Epically Good
Mooning Over Martin Miller
Coated in Flavor
Take Me to Ivy City
Barreled Botanicals
Do you love gin and are thirsty for more? Are you a die-hard brown spirits fan that needs a push to the botanically influenced side of the spirits world? Barreled gins are the answer to the question you never knew needed asking, and these five are some of our favorites!

Always Trust Your Chemist

Always Trust Your Chemist
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Named to honor the legions of chemists that kept the craft of distillation alive during Prohibition, Chemist Barrel Rested Aged Gin is produced at Apothecary Beverage Company in Asheville, North Carolina. This golden stunner's spiced notes come from the crafted combination of local botanicals and some one-on-one time with the wood. Enjoy yours on the rocks, or add an extra buzz of flavor to your next |Bee's Knees|.

Epically Good

Epically Good
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
The saying 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' can be directly applied to this 18th century recipe. The Cadee Epic Sht is a lovely London Dry gin that's finished in ex-bourbon barrels. Get creative when stirring these rich, fruity notes into a cocktail--split this with your go-to gin in a Martini or go a few steps further and dress this star in a Tuxedo.

Mooning Over Martin Miller

Mooning Over Martin Miller
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
After this English gin spends nine moon cycles (that's nine months for those of us that are less astrologically inclined) in Iceland in new French oak casks, Martin Millers 9 Moons Solera Reserve Barrel Aged Gin is born. This little bottle has a lot of flavor, and we recommend letting it tell you its delicious story in an Old Fashioned.

Coated in Flavor

Coated in Flavor
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
The 100% certified organic botanical's in Philadelphia's Bluecoat Barrel Finished Gin are dressed in their finest after a few months resting in the barrel. The floral notes combine harmoniously with the decadence of wood influence, and if you're ever in the mood for a Negroni and a Boulevardier at the same time, this gin will make sure you don't have to compromise!

Take Me to Ivy City

Take Me to Ivy City
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Made in DC's northeast quadrant, District Made Barrel Rested Ivy City Gin is aged in a combination of ex-bourbon barrels and new American oak barrels to give a perfectly balanced complexity. The flavors tumbling out of every pour are ready to make you a marvelous Martinez, and would happily add a tasty twist as the base of your next perfect Manhattan.