Product of: United States
These botanicals are steeped in neutral grain spirit for 48 hours to allow extraction of flavours. The infused spirit is pumped into their copper pot still for a single distillation, then diluted to bottling strength with distilled water.
The original tall round bottle was topped with a brushed-steel skirted capsule and its label featured a 1930 McDonald Douglas airplane. This was replaced in 2015 with a new art deco-styled bottle with a fluted face.
Watch our video of Brooke Arthur, also a director of Aviation Gin, making an Aviation Cocktail
Review and Tasting
Sampled on 30/03/2016
Fresh and enlivening with peppermint, pine forest, cardamom, eucalyptus, anise and orange.
White Tic Tac spearmint freshness sits over integrated citrus, herbal, floral and spicy notes.
More Tic-Tac spearmint and subtle herbal pine with faint hints of basil and lavender – particularly with water.
Traditionalists who like their gin to be predominantly juniper may be disappointed by the very subtle juniper notes in this "New Western" style gin. However, this gin is not trying to appeal to traditionalists, it is designed have its own distinctive style. As the name suggests it also works well in an Aviation.