Copper Fiddle – Fiddle Gin
Copper Fiddle – Fiddle Gin
Conceived to expand the American gin drinker’s palette by introducing them to a Genever Dutch-Style Gin; the very first gin. This is an American interpretation on a Genever style gin that is softer, more complex and flavorful than your typical London Dry style. Distilled in an American made multi-section reflux column still from Colorado, with a gin basket at the top of the column, the natural botanicals are vapor infused before being condensed back into the final product. The result is a flavorful complex gin that can be had neat, or on the rocks with a slice of your favorite citrus peel.
  • Producer Copper Fiddle Distillery
  • Country Hierarchy  Lake County, Lake Zurich, Illinois, USA
  • Alcohol Content  92 Proof
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Copper Fiddle Fyren Gin
Copper Fiddle Fyren Gin
As culinary lovers of spicy food we wanted something similar to experience in the world of spirits. Gin, specifically Genever-Style gin, already has a notable number of botanicals and general “softness” of flavor allowing it to be molded by bartenders into a variety of both sweet and savory cocktails. A single serrano pepper is added to each bottle.
  • Producer Copper Fiddle Distillery
  • Country Hierarchy Lake County, Lake Zurich, Illinois USA
  • Alcohol Content  92 Proof
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Copper Fiddle Tom Gin
Copper Fiddle Tom Gin
A brown, barrel aged gin?  This re-introduces the world to a long forgotten pre-prohibition style of gin. Made from a grain mash and infused with seven botanicals. Then briefly stored in once used whiskey barrels to pick up the color and flavor of the previously bourbon soaked wood.
  • Producer Copper Fiddle Distillery
  • Country Hierarchy Lake County, Lake Zurich, Illinois, USA
  • Alcohol Content  92 Proof
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Laird’s London Dry Gin
Laird’s London Dry Gin
 
  • Producer Laird & Company
  • Country Hierarchy New Jersey, USA
  • Alcohol Content  80 Proof
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Moletto Gin
Moletto Gin
Produced using from a mixed grain distillate, and two spirits made from Mediterranean and Alpine juniper berries. The gin’s uniqueness comes from the tomato, light and well-balanced spring water from the Dolomites, and traditional and artisanal distillation in old copper stills. Begins with a burst of juniper fragrance. Then the sunny Mediterranean essence of the tomato, followed by notes of rosemary, mint, basil, and then citrusy and balsamic notes. On the finish a ripe tomato invigorates the palate with its fragrant, refreshing and citrusy notes.
  • Producer Moletto
  • Country Hierarchy Italy
  • Alcohol Content
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