Reid + Reid Native Gin / 700mL
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Reid + Reid

Native Gin / 700mL

Tasting Note

Had crafted and small batch distilled in bespoke copper pot still, Reid + Reid Native Gin is a unique New Zealand gin.

After a two year mission to forage the landscapes of New Zealand for aromatic native plants that best compliment a classic dry gin, the brothers settled on Kawakawa, Manuka and Horopito making it a quintessential New Zealand gin.

Tasting Notes:

Juniper and floral notes followed by citrus.

Peppery and ginger spice on the palate and a vibrant, aromatic finish.

About the distillery:

Reid + Reid is a craft distillery located in Martinborough, New Zealand and was founded by brothers Stew and Chris Reid.

Reid+Reid gin is uniquely Kiwi, in that it is produced with three native New Zealand botanicals:

  • Kawakawa
    or Macropiper Exelsum are bright, green heart-shaped leaves of a distinctive presence in the New Zealand bush - known as the pepper tree (but not to be confused with horopito) and has a minty fresh peppery taste
  • Manuka
    or Pseudowintera colorata, is an evergreen shrub or small tree commonly called pepper wood because its leaves have a hot taste. It is also known as the New Zealand pepper tree, winter's bark or red horopito. The Horopito has a very chilli HOT like cayenne taste when the leaves are chewed
  • Horopito
    or Leptospermum scoparium is a small tree or shrub native to Australia and New Zealand

Along with classic gin botanicals

  • juniper
  • coriander seeds
  • fresh orange zest
  • orris root
  • angelica root
  • liquorice root
  • cassia
  • nutmeg
  • fennel
  • cardamom

Reid + Reid Native Gin / 700mL
per single - $100.00

Tasting Note

Had crafted and small batch distilled in bespoke copper pot still, Reid + Reid Native Gin is a unique New Zealand gin.

After a two year mission to forage the landscapes of New Zealand for aromatic native plants that best compliment a classic dry gin, the brothers settled on Kawakawa, Manuka and Horopito making it a quintessential New Zealand gin.

Tasting Notes:

Juniper and floral notes followed by citrus.

Peppery and ginger spice on the palate and a vibrant, aromatic finish.

About the distillery:

Reid + Reid is a craft distillery located in Martinborough, New Zealand and was founded by brothers Stew and Chris Reid.

Reid+Reid gin is uniquely Kiwi, in that it is produced with three native New Zealand botanicals:

  • Kawakawa
    or Macropiper Exelsum are bright, green heart-shaped leaves of a distinctive presence in the New Zealand bush - known as the pepper tree (but not to be confused with horopito) and has a minty fresh peppery taste
  • Manuka
    or Pseudowintera colorata, is an evergreen shrub or small tree commonly called pepper wood because its leaves have a hot taste. It is also known as the New Zealand pepper tree, winter's bark or red horopito. The Horopito has a very chilli HOT like cayenne taste when the leaves are chewed
  • Horopito
    or Leptospermum scoparium is a small tree or shrub native to Australia and New Zealand

Along with classic gin botanicals

  • juniper
  • coriander seeds
  • fresh orange zest
  • orris root
  • angelica root
  • liquorice root
  • cassia
  • nutmeg
  • fennel
  • cardamom

Country

New Zealand

Size

700mL

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