Enigmas and wonders * 75cl * 0% ABV * England
In the 1600s apothecaries were using small copper stills to make non-alcoholic herbal remedies. This alchemy was documented in The Art of Distillation published in London in the year 1651 and is now re-purposed for the modern day.Founded by Ben in his kitchen in the woods, with a copper still and copy of The Art of Distillation to continue his family’s 300 year farming ancestry and change the way the world drinks.
This Garden 108 blend is herbal and grassy on the nose, and the palate is a riot of fresh pea shoots, mint, rosemary, thyme and even some summer hay. Serve it with a good tonic and a sprig of fresh pea shoots for an excellent alternative to a G&T.