BATCH 207 – We continue to use a new batch of big, juicy organic, fairtrade, sun dried juniper berries, which makes exquisite gin. Fragrant, piney and full of that juniper berry hit that we are known for. 2019 was an exciting launch year for us and we hope that we ( and you) enjoy our 2020 efforts just as much.
Sending as a gift?
Our lovingly hand made gin will arrive wrapped in raw wool from our very own rare breed Balwen sheep. If you’d like to add a gift message, please leave it below and we will handwrite your note.
Our 3 Star ( Great Taste 2019 ) award winning signature gin gives a great juniper “hit” whether drunk neat, with tonic, or in a classic cocktail. We use only three ingredients; with nowhere to hide, each one has to earn its place in your glass.
Mae ein gin llofnod arobryn yn rhoi “taro” merywen gwych ai boed yn daclus, gyda thonig, neu mewn coctel clasurol. Mae ein gin llofnod yn un gennin botanegol, heb ei chywilydd. Dim ond tri chynhwysyn a ddefnyddiwn; gyda lle i guddio, rhaid i bob un ennill ei le yn eich gwydr.
27 × 10 × 10 cm
We distil using a closed system that has been cleverly designed (by us) to eradicate chemical cleaners and waste. There is no waste! Spent juniper is composted and washing water is stored as grey water to provide irrigation for our fruit trees.
We avoid using plastic wherever possible. All packaging is bio-degradable and, of course, the bottle is recyclable and reusable. We believe that its elegant design lends itself to all sorts of other uses after you have enjoyed the gin. And don’t forget to order another bottle!
A gin in sheep’s clothing
If you order online, your bottle will be packaged carefully using wool from our own rare breed Balwen flock. Our sheep are shorn on the farm every summer. We then prepare the wool using the ancient process of natural fermentation known as “suint”. This gentle, zero-carbon process cleans our fleeces naturally over the period of a month. We hope that you find another use for our wool when your bottle of Jin Talog arrives. Please do not put it in landfill as it can be used for many things. At the very least it can be composted.