Unlike many other gins, the base alcohol for Gold 999.9 is made in the distillery, where the whole process takes place. The distillery is located amongst the borders of Germany, France and Switzerland, in a small village in Alsace. Part of the process is a secret but it is made as it was over a century ago.
After three distillations to create and refine the base alcohol, the final distillation is made with the different botanicals. The whole process takes place in pot stills that have been part of the distillery for centuries. Part of the process is still made in the little gold, pot-still that inspired this small-batch gin.
Gold 999.9 is a complex gin with juniper, tangerine, violets, poppies, ginger, coriander and balsamic aromas of almonds and vanilla are blended together and Angelica root for balance.