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Sheringham Gin Botanicals | Oak Moss
Take a stroll through any West Coast woodland and you're sure to stumble across some oak moss. This leafy lichen can be found growing on oak trees, firs, and pines in temperate forests — just like the ones we have here in BC! ⁠As a botanical, it's fresh and earthy, helping to fix and balance the other tasting notes found in a spirit. In our Raincoast Gin, we pair oak moss with nettle, juniper, and citrus to paint a bright and approachable picture of the West Coast that captures all of the nuances you expect from a Sheringham gin. #MakeItASheringham #Gin #Botanicals #GinBotanicals #GinDistillery #CanadianGin #BCGin #VancouverIsland #WestCoast
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Sheringham Gin Botanicals | Cherry Blossom
Not just a signal of springtime, cherry blossoms are the inspiration behind our Beacon (Kazuki) Gin, named after the beloved springtime blossoms of Vancouver Island's Beacon Hill Park. Brilliantly floral and fruity, they deliver a polished, rounded edge to a gin with soft citrus notes of yuzu, grapefruit, and green tea!
Each year, in late spring and early summer, the Nootka Roses bloom in abundance on Vancouver Island's coastline. It's a subtle scent that instantly transports you to warmer days and ocean strolls, and we knew it needed a place in the botanical profile of our flagship Seaside Gin.⁠ ⁠The answer? Dried rose petals.⁠ ⁠Carefully preserved to maintain their soft fragrance and flavor, these petals bring gentle, understated floral notes to the distillation process, paying homage to the wild Nootka Roses and their essential role in a larger flavor story about life on the West Coast.⁠ ⁠#MakeItASheringham #AStoryToDiscoverInEveryBottle Vancouver, Botanical, Rose Petals, Bloom, Rose, Floral Notes, Petals
Nootka Rose
Each year, in late spring and early summer, the Nootka Roses bloom in abundance on Vancouver Island's coastline. It's a subtle scent that instantly transports you to warmer days and ocean strolls, and we knew it needed a place in the botanical profile of our flagship Seaside Gin.⁠ ⁠The answer? Dried rose petals.⁠ ⁠Carefully preserved to maintain their soft fragrance and flavor, these petals bring gentle, understated floral notes to the distillation process, paying homage to the wild Nootka Roses and their essential role in a larger flavor story about life on the West Coast.⁠ ⁠#MakeItASheringham #AStoryToDiscoverInEveryBottle
Juniper berries are the backbone of gin. They're what gives the spirit its characteristic piney, citrusy aroma, and they're the one botanical legally required to make a gin, a gin. While they might appear as berries, they're actually a type of seed cone, and their flavor profile varies widely depending on the geographic region they come from! In our flagship Seaside Gin, juniper flavors are balanced with notes of winged kelp, rose, and lavender for a distinctly West Coast flavor. Fragrance, Fragrance Oil, Essential Oils Aromatherapy, Scent, Diffuser, Oils, Popular Scents, Natural Ingredients
Sheringham Gin Botanicals | Juniper
Juniper berries are the backbone of gin. They're what gives the spirit its characteristic piney, citrusy aroma, and they're the one botanical legally required to make a gin, a gin. While they might appear as berries, they're actually a type of seed cone, and their flavor profile varies widely depending on the geographic region they come from! In our flagship Seaside Gin, juniper flavors are balanced with notes of winged kelp, rose, and lavender for a distinctly West Coast flavor.