Rokit Gin

Rokit Gin

Rokit Gin

Regular price $11.99
  • Expert Packaging
  • Secure Payments
  • Guaranteed Authenticity
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Introducing Rokit Gin, a bold and innovative spirit crafted for those who dare to defy convention and embrace adventure. Distilled with passion and precision, Rokit Gin embodies the spirit of exploration and creativity, offering a unique and exhilarating tasting experience.

Inspired by the boundless energy of urban landscapes and the freedom of the open road, Rokit Gin is a fusion of traditional gin botanicals and contemporary flavors, resulting in a spirit that is both timeless and modern. Crafted with a blend of juniper berries, coriander seeds, citrus peel, and an array of hand-selected botanicals, Rokit Gin boasts a complex and multi-dimensional flavor profile that captivates the senses.

Upon pouring, Rokit Gin enchants with its crystal-clear appearance and inviting aroma. Notes of juniper, citrus, and spice mingle with hints of floral and herbal nuances, creating a bouquet that is both enticing and aromatic.

On the palate, this gin delivers a harmonious blend of flavors. Crisp and refreshing, with juniper at the forefront, complemented by layers of citrus zest, earthy herbs, and a subtle hint of peppery warmth. The mouthfeel is smooth and velvety, with a lingering finish that leaves a tantalizing impression.

Versatile and dynamic, Rokit Gin is perfect for crafting classic cocktails such as martinis and gin and tonics, as well as innovative concoctions that push the boundaries of mixology. Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or in your favorite cocktail recipe, Rokit Gin promises a journey of discovery with every sip.

So raise a glass, ignite your senses, and embark on an unforgettable adventure with Rokit Gin. With its bold flavor and fearless spirit, it's the perfect companion for those who live life on the edge and embrace the thrill of the unknown. Cheers to exploration and the endless possibilities that lie ahead.

Appearance: Crystal-clear and inviting, with a slight viscosity that coats the glass.

Nose: The aroma is vibrant and aromatic, with juniper leading the way, accompanied by hints of citrus zest, coriander, and a subtle herbal undertone.

Palate: On the palate, Rokit Gin offers a bold and complex flavor profile. Juniper takes center stage, followed by a burst of citrus brightness and a delicate balance of floral and herbal notes. The mouthfeel is smooth and velvety, with a touch of peppery warmth lingering on the finish.

Finish: The finish is clean and refreshing, with the flavors lingering pleasantly on the palate, inviting another sip.

Gin is a flavored alcoholic beverage with juniper as its predominant flavorant, usually produced by distillation in copper stills traditionally used for spirit production. In addition to juniper, many botanicals, notably coriander, cardamom, orange peel, and angelica root, may be used to add supplemental flavors.
Gin: This type of liquor starts with a neutral distilled spirit, to which juniper berries and other aromatic botanicals are added. It is clear and has an ABV of 36-50 percent.The most traditional and still the most common method for gin distillation. A mix of juniper and other botanicals is steeped in neutral spirit which has been reduced in strength with water (normally to approx. 50% alc./vol.).
Gin is made through a distillation process that starts with a neutral grain spirit. The botanicals used, notably juniper berries, are placed in the still or suspended in a basket above it. The spirit is then heated, allowing the vapor to pass through the botanicals, extracting their essential oils and flavors.Gin is a spirit typically made from a base of grain, such as wheat or barley, which is first fermented and then distilled. To be classified as gin, however, the predominant flavor must be of juniper berries, otherwise the drink cannot be called gin, by law. Most gins have anywhere from 35% to 55% ABV.
Like many of Britain's national favourites, gin did not originate on our shores. In fact, if you don't count the Italian monks who are thought to have used juniper berries as flavourings in distilled spirits back in the 11th century, it's Holland that's credited as the birthplace of gin.

Recently viewed