Boe Superior Gin is named after Professor Franz de la Boe inspired the Boe Superior Gin’s original recipe. Professor Boe is credited as producing the worlds first Gin as a result for a search for a medical Tonic.
Boe Superior Gin Botanicals.
Due to Boe infusing 13 hand-picked botanicals and spices into the gin, the result is the finest neutral grain spirit.
Juniper Berries, Coriander, Cardamom, Angelica, Ginger, Almonds, Orris Root, Cassia Bark, Licorice, Orange, Lemon and finally Cubeb Berries.
The subtleties of Boë Superior Gin are all in the selection and preparation of its botanicals – that fine balance of herbs and spices so crucial to its distinctive taste and quality.
Juniper berries and their flavoursome oils are at the heart of the gin distillation. However it takes many more elements to make Boë special. There’s the aromatic Coriander and Angelica. Ginger, Orris Root and Cassia Bark or Chinese cinnamon, one of the oldest of all spices are also included. Warmth and flavour come from the Grains of Paradise. Orange and Lemon peel are there too delivering a hint of citrus, together with Cardamom Seeds, Liquorice, Almonds and the peppery tones of the Cubeb Berry.
And the taste? Clean, spiced and strikingly refreshing.
Award Winning Gin.
World Gin Awards, 2014. Silver Medal.