OUR GIN DISTILLATION PROCESS
OUR ORIGINAL RECIPE
Juniper berries delight the tastebuds with an assortment of wonderful contradictions. Bitter yet fresh, sharp yet herbaceous, our foraged juniper imparts a complex flavour that inspires curiosity in even the most discerning gin connoisseurs.
Pure Liquorice Root
Harvested in the summertime, pure liquorice root cuts through the bold flavour of juniper berries with its peppery heat. Its natural sweetness is juxtaposed with its salty aftertaste, providing depth and interest. It's liquorice root that gives our gin its slightly viscous texture.
After being left to slowly dry, orange peels release their warm and bright citrus flavours, with sweet oils extracted at an early stage of the distilling process. Fresh, juicy and zesty, orange peel brings a vibrance and purity to our gin.
Coriander seeds are gently steeped to slowly release their characteristic nutty flavour. Spicy in nature, coriander also contributes floral and citrus notes, with deliciously moreish results.
Unassuming Angelica Root works quietly in the background to bring harmony to all our ingredients. While subtle in flavour, refined palettes will notice the woody flavour this botanical brings to our gin, as well as the slight dryness it creates.
The jewel in The Teasmith's crown, hand-picked Ceylon tea is used to create a delicate and minty drinking experience. We use only the finest authentic Ceylon tea in our gin, sourced from exceptional Sri Lankan growers. Naturally light and sweet, hand-picked tea provides our gin with a palette-cleansing finish.
Grains of Paradise
Members of the ginger family, Grains of Paradise are a well-kept secret amongst speciality distillers. We use this heavenly botanical to intensify our gin; their distinctive spiced flavour lingers long after you’ve taken your final sip.