Empress 1908 Gin
Empress 1908 Gin delights the senses with its balanced citrus-and-spice palette, brilliant colour, light floral fragrance and soft texture. Handcrafted in small batch copper-pot stills, Empress 1908 is a collaboration between Victoria Distillers and the legendary Fairmont Empress Hotel in Victoria, British Columbia. It uses eight signature botanicals, including juniper, grapefruit peel, rose petal, coriander, ginger, cinnamon, and a bespoke blend of tea made especially for the Empress Hotel. The eighth botanical, exotic butterfly pea blossom, was discovered in another tea served at the Empress Hotel. These blossoms balance the traditional citrus notes of gin with a warm herbal earthiness, and create a deep, natural indigo that changes colour depending on the mixer. The combination of exquisite taste, delicate aroma, soft texture, and remarkable presentation provide the perfect base for a new aesthetic of cocktail creation and enjoyment.
You must be at least 21 years of age to order and a signature of someone at least 21 years of age is required upon delivery. The customer is solely responsible for the shipment of alcohol and must abide by their local and state laws. Non-California residents accept all responsibility for determining if their state or county laws allow alcohol products to be shipped to their state or county.
All orders take 1-2 business days for processing. All orders placed Monday through Friday will be shipped out in 3-5 business days after processing. Orders placed on Friday after business hours, Saturday or Sunday will be shipped out 3-5 business days from the following Monday. No shipments are delivered on Saturday or Sunday. If the item is not currently in stock delivery may be delayed.
We cannot ship to PO boxes, APO/FPO addresses, or anywhere outside the United States.
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CA Prop 65 Warning
CA Prop 65 Warning
WARNING: Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/alcohol