Broken Bones London Dry Gin
Broken Bones goes to great lengths to make sure its London Dry Gin label is made the traditional way: without adding additional ingredients after the distillation process.
They use a number of regional botanicals, including juniper, rosehip, and linden flowers. Additional botanicals sourced from around the Karst region include lemon zest, angelica, orris, liquorice, and coriander.
These botanicals come together to give it a floral, citrus burst while maintaining the strong, juniper flavor.
When you want that perfect classic martini but with a subtle, floral twist, reach for Broken Bones London Dry Gin.
Broken Bones Navy Strength Gin
For that extra kick, Broken Bones offers its Navy Strength Gin label. This gin is made using the exact same botanical profile as its London Dry Gin. However, it maintains a stronger alcohol by volume by diluting it down to 57% ABV.
With the higher alcohol content, the peppery juniper flavor does become more pronounced. It’s the perfect gin for when you want that little extra kick but don’t want to compromise on taste.
When you reach for an extra-strong navy strength gin it is because you want to taste it. We prefer using it in your next gimlet while letting the gin chill just a bit. As the ice melts it helps open up the botanicals.
Broken Bones Ljubljana Dragon Gin
Like the other gins from Broken Bones, this starts as a molasses base spirit. This helps the gin start with a deeper, mellow, yet sweet taste. It then includes the same botanicals as the London Dry Gin from Broken Bones before ginger is added. The separately distilled ginger adds an extra kick of flavor that blends nicely with the peppery juniper.
Take a load off after a long day of work and whip yourself up a gin buck with Broken Bones Ljubljana Dragon Gin. It’s smooth enough to help you relax and just enough bite to remind you you’re alive.