Mr. Copperhead was a notorious alchemist, in search of the elixir of life. During his pursuit, and much to his own surprise, he conjured up an exquisite composition, using a copper pot still and a recipe based on five essential botanicals: angelica, juniper, cardamom, orange peel and coriander seed.
This Belgian gin takes it name from two sources. The First one is the copper alembic still its aged in. Secondly, the copperhead snake is the symbol of the pharmacy. The result of a collaboration between pharmacist Yvan Vindevogel and the owner of the Filliers distillery, Bernard Fillier.
The new Barrel aged gin is put for 3 months in Pedro Ximénez casks. These oak barrels produce a remarkably high sugar level. Only 1800 bottles are available worldwide, so hurry and get yours!
Copperhead Gin Tasting Notes
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