THE ORIGINAL GIN
Hanau, Germany born François De La Boë, a pharmacist who then moved to Holland, is known as the inventor of Gin. In the 17th century, he originally experimented with alcohol to mix Juniper berries and other herbs to cure stomach diseases, creating such an enjoyable drink, people have been consuming it out of pleasure since centuries. As a homage to De La Boë’s creation, Hanau Dry Gin created this small batch classic Gin, which takes you on a journey of senses through the ingredients such as juniper, coriander, vervain, hibiscus, laurel, clary, basil, grapefruit finishing off with a light flowery aroma of blood orange.
Place of Origin: Germany
Manufacturer: François Hanau Dry Gin, Musleh & Hanus, Salzstrasse 28, 63452 Hanau
Key Botanicals: coriander, vervain, hibiscus, laurel, clary, basil, grapefruit
Alcohol Content: 45.00% vol.