Our botanical garden.
Twenty of the country’s most celebrated herbs combine to create a gin that’s uniquely aromatic.
The ones you can nip off on most mountain gorges and sunbaked island paths around the country.
juniper, sideritis, chamomile, angelica, liquorice, saffron, coriander, cinnamon, dictamnus, cirtus,
basil, peppermint, lemon balm, oregano, sage, mint, cardamon & mastiha.
When making gin, the earth is a good place to start.
Because that’s where you find all the herbs that can make a gin special—indeed, tastier. And if there’s one place in the world where botanicals exist in enviable abundance that’s Greece.