Pink Pepper Dry Gin
Pink Pepper Dry Gin is a modern take on a classic dry gin. With strong notes of juniper and pink peppercorn, it is a crisp companion to their original flagship product, Pink Pepper Gin.
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What's in it
- Pink Peppercorn
Pink Pepper Martini
The wonderful dryness of this gin makes it the perfect base for a martini. To make a great martini, you should chill Pink Pepper Dry Gin before use. Pour 30ml of vermouth over ice in a shaker, and shake thoroughly. Discard the vermouth, and pour the infused ice into a martini glass. Add 60ml of chilled Pink Pepper Gin and garnish with a pickled onion.Back to shop
When you smell Pink Pepper Dry, you’ll be met with strong notes of juniper and pepper, softened by honey.
When you taste Pink Pepper Dry, you will experience a clear, crisp pink pepper and bright juniper palate, with floral notes supported by honey and angelica to soften the sharpness.
You’ve probably heard of Cognac - at least that spirit that is. You likely wouldn’t be too surprised to learn that Cognac is fairly famous for its distilleries. Located in the south-west of France, it’s an ancient, fortified town that has been a global distilling hub since the 1600s.
A Contemporary Classic
After creating their first gin, Audemus moved onto the next challenge - creating a contemporary version of a classic dry gin that would satisfy even the most discerning gin purist. The vacuum-distillation technique involved means that all of the natural botanicals that go into Pink Pepper Dry are distilled at a lower temperature than usual. Instead of being cooked in alcohol, they are distilled slowly and gently, retaining all of their freshness and flavour.
A Symphony of Botanicals
Pink Pepper Dry has similar roots to Audemus’s flagship gin, Pink Pepper, and is a crisp, intense companion to the original. Because each botanical is distilled separately, they all have their own individual character that play their own part in creating a symphony of flavours and aromas. Juniper and pink pepper flavours come through strongly, before giving way to warm, floral spring honey, angelica, and cardamom.
The Brains Behind It
Big Where it Matters
After working for a number of years for famous cognac distilleries including Martell and Courvoisier, Miko decided it was time to branch and pursue his own venture. In 2013, he began distilling his own spirits in his living room. A few years and three workmates later, Miko’s exquisite gins and liqueurs are growing in reputation - and are still distilled in his living room. For him, Audemus is the realisation of a lifelong love for creating spirits; his passion is present in everything he produces.More on the Brand