Friendship is very important to the producers of this particularly aromatic gin. Visually, the friendship is reflected on the funny label. Almost everyone knows the adventures of Huckleberry Finn and his buddy from Mark Twain's books. Not only do the novels exert a fascination on readers in their youth, but adults are also captivated by the theme of friendship. Accordingly, the gin named after him is a celebration of friendship.
In terms of taste, the Huckleberry Gin stands out because of the blueberry. Of course, gin wouldn't be gin without the juniper berries. These 2 botanicals are joined by angelica roots, coriander seeds, ginger roots, some cinnamon and a hint of lavender. The unusual gin is rounded off with lemon peel, elderflower, hop blossom, peppermint and raspberries to make it a little fruitier.
Not only friendship is in the foreground here, but also love. Therefore, it is not surprising that the dedication is also noticeable in the production of the gin. The gin is produced by the master distiller with a lot of peace and love. The Huckleberry Gin is the result of more than 30 years of experience of a family business in the 3rd generation. The Huckleberry Gin is produced in the Black Forest, in a small distillery. Still classically fired with firewood. Manual labour is the order of the day, because when it comes to bottling, corking and labelling, the two inventors of Huckleberry Gin are challenged.
Our conclusion: Huckleberry Gin is a homage to friendship. The main ingredients of Huckleberry Gin are raspberry and blueberry. The fruity aroma of blueberries rises to the nose as soon as you open the bottle. The gin tastes sweet and fresh, making it the ideal companion for a balmy summer evening.