Damrak // Netherlands
Celebrating the legacy of gin in the Netherlands, Damrak Gin takes its name from the Dutch word for "inner harbor." Amsterdam's inner harbor was heavily involved in international trade during the 17th century and many of the botanicals used to make the first gin products most likely passed through Amsterdam. Damrak Gin is made by Dutch spirit producer Lucas Bols, who discovered a long lost recipe found at the company's distillery. This gin is made with a neutral spirit and 17 botanicals, including juniper, citrus and honeysuckle, that has been distilled five times and bottled at 41.8% ABV.
Distilled GinThis style of gin takes a neutral spirit and then adds juniper berries and other natural flavorings before it is re-distilled. After distillation, additional flavors (artificial or natural) and sweeteners may be added.