Are you interested in a traditional gin that uses a number of familiar botanicals, but hails from a country not typically known for its gin? If so, why not consider Copperhead? This gin from Belgium uses many of the botanicals you’d expect to find in a gin, including juniper, angelica, corriander, orange peel, and cardamom. The gin itself is named for a man by the name of Copperhead who was, as the story goes, looking for the elixir of life. While he didn’t find it, he did come up with this gin recipe. Which is the next best thing, right?
Pairs Well With
The gin has a sweet, citrus taste to it. It’s a nice gin to order when sitting at the bar and there’s nothing but salty peanuts and snacks to eat. Or eat it with your favorite salted caramel ice cream. We won’t judge. Because it’s delicious all the same.