This crafted Dry Gin draws from this inspiration to model its distillery and growing practices. From working with women-led cooperatives, to sourcing botanicals from suppliers who work with women from the region to even its design which traces itself to the traditional craft and art like Aipan and Pichori sustained by proud women in their homes.
From being labelled disparagingly as “Mother’s ruin” during the temperance movement in the west in its early days (to discourage women drinkers), Gin has indeed come a long way. And found a story that turns its antecedents around its head with Himalayan femme power. Our Gin holds dear the privilege of being reared by this indomitable and generous sorority. It is our most prized badge of honour.