Victor Gin

Victor Gin Heavy Botanical

$76
Description
Heavy botanical style gin, hand crafted at the Thomson distillery. Juniper, citrus, lemongrass, cardamom and coriander – all delicious flavour tones, uniquely decipherable, that hum together with nowhere to hide. 

Recognition
Double Gold medal San Francisco World Spirits Comp 2019
Silver Outstanding medal winner IWSC UK 2017

Region: Riverhead, New Zealand
Size: 700ml
Alcohol: 42% ABV
Organic
Organic
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Certified Organic
Certified Organic
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Plastic Free
Plastic Free
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Sustainable
Sustainable
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Natural
Natural
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Gluten Free
Gluten Free
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Vegan
Vegan
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Craft
Craft
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Heavy botanical style craft gin. Juniper, lemon, lemongrass, cardamom and coriander. All delicious flavour tones, uniquely decipherable, that hum together with nowhere to hide.

Pondering early rock n’ roll, we thought, a few rudimentary instruments working together sound great. So let’s work with the basics, get some robust tones going, then turn up the volume. This stripped back approach is how we created Victor Gin.

We like having Victor Gin Heavy Botanical over lots of ice topped with Quina-Fina Tonic Water and grapefruit slices. We could recommend having with it white meats, fresh herbaceous dishes especially Asian fusion style, thai green curry, chicken satay, anything with lemongrass or coriander, or heavy citrus. Preserved lemon dishes also match beautifully.

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Organic
Organic
Organic spirits are those produced from organic grains and fruits that normally would be conventionally grown. Meaning they have not been sprayed with synthetic pesticides or herbicides. Organic is a holistic style of farming that prioritises the health of the soil and surrounding habitat - focusing on long-term nourishment.
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Certified Organic
Certified Organic
Certified organic spirits have been checked, audited and certified by a trusted certification agency with a set of standards to comply with. Organic spirits are those produced from organic grains and fruits that normally would be conventionally grown. Meaning they have not been sprayed with synthetic pesticides or herbicides. Organic is a holistic style of farming that prioritises the health of the soil and surrounding habitat - focusing on long-term nourishment.
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Plastic Free
Plastic Free
Plastic free is a certification that audits the companies use of plastic in their products and processes. This is done through a plastic assessment, performance indicators, a plastic reduction plan and plan deployment. More noticeably plastic free is seen in products that use eco-packaging.
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Sustainable
Sustainable
The International Wine and Spirits Commission considers a liquor brand to be sustainable based on the following: repurposing efforts (including recycling casks, sourcing alternative energy, reducing plastics), supporting local economy, and conscious ingredient sourcing and use. This also includes building and maintaining healthy soil, managing water wisely, minimising air, water and climate pollution and promoting biodiversity by keeping wild ecosystems intact instead of clearing land etc. These principles avoid damaging impacts without sacrificing productivity or profitability.
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Natural
Natural
Natural spirits are not a well-defined category but for us we see natural spirits as being in their most natural state. This means not using synthetic chemicals, artificial flavours, colours and preservatives. Natural Spirit brands strive for sourcing the best quality products and using minimal intervention throughout the process.
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Gluten Free
Gluten Free
Gluten Free is the absence of the seed storage protein (gluten) found in certain cereal grains. Pure, distilled liquor is naturally gluten-free, even if made from wheat, barley, or rye. Most liquors are safe for people with celiac disease because of the distillation process. However some spirits could have added flavours or other additives that contain gluten after distillation.
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Vegan
Vegan
Vegan spirits are the absence of animal derived ingredients. Common non-vegan ingredients used in some spirits are milk and cream, honey and carmine (a red dye made out of scaly insects called cochineal added to certain spirits for colour). It can be difficult to spot a vegan drink by the label as producers are under no obligation to list animal products used in the production process.
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Craft
Craft
Craft spirits aren't a hugely well defined category but there are some common characteristics. It uses terms such as ‘small batch’, ‘carefully done’ or ‘made with love’. They are generally high-quality products coming from privately owned companies where integrity of the product story is prioritised. Craft tends to feel more unique where new techniques and experimental flavours are adopted, creating a more personal brand compared to mass produced products.
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