Grace Gin is of Greek production with 45.7% alcohol content, while the distillation is done in stills. Its main ingredients are 13 different herbs such as cardamom and kritam. The aromas of pepper and cinnamon are what you will detect from the first moment.
The five Greek elements that differentiate a drink linked to the English tradition are kritamos, shinos, myrtle, orange blossoms and citrus peels. The alcoholic strength of Grace Gin produced in Chalkida, Evia is 45.7% and its dominant aroma is juniper, “which does not hesitate to carry with it the incredible character of kritam and shinos. Aromas of pepper and cinnamon are also easily detected on the nose, while myrtle blossoms enhance the aromatic complexity. In the mouth, the vegetality of juniper and kritam appears immediately, playing pleasantly with the spicy character borrowed from coriander, pink pepper and cinnamon. At the same time, there is an intense freshness with earthy elements in the background.” Special techniques such as hydro-distillation (technique used in perfumery), proper separation, soft filtering are some of the secrets of the Grace Gin recipe.