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Freeland Spirits - Gin

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$40.99 - $40.99
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Freeland Spirits Gin is small batch crafted using a unique blend of traditional heat distillation along with vacuum distillation, which allows us to use fresh, Pacific Northwest ingredients.

Tasting notes

Fresh herbal essences of rosemary, mint and crisp cucumber lift the nose. Grapefruit and lemon peel brighten the brisk juniper and bold spice. Pink peppercorn, coriander and star anise mingle with 10 additional dried botanicals in copper-pot still

Brand
Freeland Spirits
Size
750ml
ABV
45.0%
Country
United States
Region
Portland, Oregon

Additional Product Info

Freeland Spirits - Gin

Freeland Spirits crafts premium gin and whiskey in small batches. A traditional copper pot still brings 14 dried botanicals to life while a state of the art vacuum still cajoles quieter flavors of fresh cucumber, rosemary, mint and thyme.

AROMA: Garden herbs, vibrant spice, citrus bursts, floral hints, spruce undertones

TASTE: Layered spice balanced by freshness, strikingly smooth texture, rounded body

FINISH: Lingers with complexity

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About Freeland Spirits

One of few women owned and operated distilleries,
Jill Kuehler founded Freeland Spirits in Portland, Oregon. Master Distiller Molly Troupe studied biochemistry before earning a Masters Degree in Distillation from Heriot Watt in Scotland. Molly commands perfection with every spirit she orchestrates. Local rancher Cory Carmen grows the grain in Wallowa Valley Oregon, carefully rotating her crops and seeking out new varieties to grow.

FREE SPIRITS

Freeland Free Spirits program celebrates female-identifying, transgender, and gender-nonconforming Oregonians who are busting through the glass ceilings and soaring. These are people who think and act in an uninhibited way without worrying about so-called rules or norms. We might call them non-conformists, rule-benders, iconoclasts, mavericks, or bohemians. We might say they march to their own beat, to their own muse. We appreciate them for their abilities to help their community, to create beauty, to be original, to blaze trails, and to celebrate unabashedly.

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